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Irrigation, soil organic carbon and N2O emissions. A review
Irrigation has a critical role for crop production worldwide. In particular, irrigation is a major issue due to the growing food demand and climate change. Irrigation affects yields and the emissionExpand
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Abundance and biodiversity of soil microarthropods as influenced by different types of organic manure in a long-term field experiment in Central Spain
We studied the effects of long-term organic and mineral fertilization on soil microarthropods and soil chemical parameters in a field experiment under semi-arid conditions in Central Spain. TwoExpand
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Effect of mineral and organic fertilization on crop yield, nitrogen uptake, carbon and nitrogen balances, as well as soil organic carbon content and dynamics: results from 20 European long-term field
Assembled results from 20 European long-term experiments (LTE), mainly from the first decade of the twenty-first century, are presented. The included LTEs from 17 sites are the responsibility ofExpand
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Hydro-/Biochar application to sandy soils: impact on yield components and nutrients of spring wheat in pots
From hydro-/biochar application to soils positive effects on soil characteristics and as a consequence on yield of crops were expected. The objective of this study was to compare the effects of maizeExpand
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Humus und Klimaänderung - Ergebnisse aus 15 langjährigen Dauerfeldversuchen
Zusammenfassung Die Quantifizierung des Einflusses von Klimaänderungen auf den Humusgehalt des Bodens ist von großer wirtschaftlicher und wissenschaftlicher Bedeutung. Eine Möglichkeit dieserExpand
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Yield and bread-making quality of different wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes grown in Western Turkey
For Western Turkey (Aegean region) there is a lack of knowledge about the quality potentials of wheat varieties commonly grown in the area. In a field trial we monitored yield, grain quality andExpand
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Relationship between Water Use Efficiency and Ã"13C Isotope Discrimination of Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) under Drought Stress
Drought stress is one of the most limiting factors in agricultural productivity because of its highly negative effect on photosynthesis and growth of plants. The main objectives of this study were toExpand
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) SUMMARY Sunflower is an important oilseed crop because of its wide adaptability, suitability to mechanization, low labor needs and high protein and oil contents. The present study aimed toExpand
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Microbial activity in a sandy arable soil is governed by the fertilization regime
Abstract The aim of this study was to compare the influence of two different long-term organic fertilization regimes at an arable site on a nutrient-poor, sandy soil with respect to soil microbialExpand
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Determination of the relationship between water use efficiency, carbon isotope discrimination and proline in sunflower genotypes under drought stress
The aim of this study was to determine the effect of drought stress on four sunflower genotypes (Tarsan, Sanbro, TR-3080 and DKF-2525) and the relationship between some physiological and phenologicalExpand
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