•Earthworms and AM fungi interactively reduced soil pH and soil electrical conductivity.•Earthworms and AM fungi increased catalase and microbial biomass C in saline soil.•Earthworms and AM fungi increased maize biomass and nutrient uptake in saline soil.•Change of Trichoderma and Stachybotrys might improve maize growth in saline soil.•Earthworms increased soil P and N availability by regulating bacteria in saline soil.
Applied Soil Ecology – Elsevier
Published: Nov 1, 2016
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