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Carabid species richness and density were studied in 12 pairs of organic versus conventional wheat fields located along a gradient of landscape complexity (quantified as percent cover of grassland, which was correlated with habitat-type diversity). The relative impact of local and landscape...
Roots are an important sink for photoassimilates and carbon input to soil. Here the root growth and biomass of different spring sown annuals was determined to estimate the shoot:root (S:R) ratios and carbon inputs in the typical Nordic agroecosystem. The data, collected in southern Finland,...
Agricultural land use changes can influence soil erosion process. The objective of this study was to investigate impact of historical land use changes on soil erosion and sediment transport in the Kali Basin study area, a small catchment located in a national park at Lake Balaton, Hungary. The...
Rice ( Oryza sativa L.) fields contribute to global methane (CH 4 ) emission and warming. This study determined cultivar variations in CH 4 emission in relation to sugar and organic acid composition of the roots and root exudates and shoot and root biomass at the vegetative, reproductive and...
Cattle grazing is generally recommended for management of semi-natural grassland, but its effects on flora are insufficiently studied in northern Europe. Plant species responses to cattle grazing of mesic semi-natural grasslands were studied in SW Finland managed by private farmers under three...
Production-oriented research in the second half of the 20th century made impressive contributions to technical developments which helped to meet the food requirements of an expanding world population. These developments involved increasing specialisation in land use and in food production...
Agricultural lime (aglime) is commonly applied to soils in the eastern U.S. to increase soil pH. Aglime includes crushed limestone (CaCO 3 ) and crushed dolomite (MgCa(CO 3 ) 2 ). Following the supposition by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that all C in aglime is eventually...
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