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The effectivity of arbuscular mycorrhizal spores in promoting growth of Allium ameloprasum L. cv. Musselburgh and Trifolium repens L. cv. Menna was tested for inocula from three soil series under long term organic or intensive, conventional grass and grass-arable rotations. For two soil series,...
In order to examine the below ground response of a mature upland hardwood forest in the southeastern U.S., to increases and decreases in water inputs, the gross production, mortality, and net production of fine roots were examined over the first and third years of a long-term water manipulation...
Distribution of root systems through soils and recolonization of root channels by successive crops are fundamental, though difficult to study, processes of soil ecology. This article reports a minirhizotron (MR) study of corn and alfalfa root systems throughout the soil profile of Kalamazoo loam...
A knowledge of plant interactions above and below ground with respect to water is essential to understand the performance of intercrop systems. In this study, a physically based framework is proposed to analyse the competition for soil water in the case of intercropped plants. A radiative...
Three experiments were carried out on an alluvial sandy loam (Udifluvent) at Tonglu, Zhejiang Province, P.R. China from 1992 to 1995, to determine the genotypic range in boron (B) efficiency of 16 oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) cultivars, to identify the B-efficient cultivars and to identify...
In this study we observed an important interrelationship between the ability of Hordeum spontaneum C. Koch (Poaceae) seeds to germinate after a small rainfall in winter and the dehydration tolerance of young seedlings after one, two or three weeks in dry conditions. In winter, local ecotypes of...
Aerobic grasslands may consume significant amounts of atmospheric methane (CH4). We aimed (i) to assess the spatial and temporal variability of net CH4 fluxes from grasslands on aerobic sandy soils, and (ii) to explain the variability in net CH4 fluxes by differences in soil moisture content and...
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