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Comparing the effects of continuous and time-controlled grazing systems on soil characteristics in Southeast Queensland
Grazing by livestock has a great influence on soil characteristics with major effects on soil carbon and nitrogen cycling in grazing lands. Grazing practices affect soil properties in different ways
Salt-affected soils, reclamation, carbon dynamics, and biochar: a review
PurposeThis paper reviews chemical, physical, and biological problems of salt-affected soils and different reclamation methods applied to rehabilitate these soils.MethodsMethods to increase C stocks
Interrill soil erosion processes and their interaction on low slopes
Soil erosion by water is mostly the result of rainfall‐driven and runoff‐driven processes taking place simultaneously during a storm event. However, the effect of interaction between these two
Soil microbial biomass, activity and community composition in adjacent native and plantation forests of subtropical Australia
PurposeSoil nitrogen (N) availability is a critical determinant of plantation productivity in subtropical Australia and is influenced by the soil microbial community. The size, structure and function
EFFECTS OF TILLAGE METHODS ON WHEAT YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS IN CONTINUOUS WHEAT CROPPING
A three-year field experiment was undertaken to evaluate the effects of tillage methods on grain yield and yield components of wheat (Triticum aestivum) in continuous cropping. The experiment was
QUALITY OF DRAINAGE WATER UNDER IRRIGATED COTTON IN VERTISOLS OF THE LOWER NAMOI VALLEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA
Comparative research on the effects of soil and crop management practices in cotton farming systems on the quality of drainage water in irrigated Vertisols has not been reported in the literature.
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