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Soil chemistry and physical conditions are the key factors controlling litter decomposition. We studied the effects of increased soil nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and water on the decomposition rates and associated nutrient dynamics of two dominant grassland plant species (i.e. Allium bidentatum...
A diverse soil microbial community is an important measure of sustainable land use. Turfgrasses are usually managed as a monostand, which may result in reduced soil microbial diversity. However, there is little information on the structure and diversity of soil microorganisms in managed turfgrass...