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Long-term rice-rice-green manure rotation changing the microbial communities in typical red paddy soil in South China
Abstract On the basis of a long-term (30 years) field experiment that involved four rotation systems, rice-rice-winter fallow (RRF), rice-rice-ryegrass (RRG), rice-rice-rape (RRP), and rice-rice-milkExpand
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Integrated application of February Orchid (Orychophragmus violaceus) as green manure with chemical fertilizer for improving grain yield and reducing nitrogen losses in spring maize system in northern
Abstract The development of more efficient management systems is crucial to achieving high grain yields with high nitrogen use efficiency (NUE). February Orchid-spring maize rotation system is aExpand
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[Long-Term Different Fertilizations Changed the Chemical and Spectrum Characteristics of DOM of the Irrigation-Desert Soil in North-Western China].
By using Ultraviolet-visible Spectrometry, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer and Elemental Analyzer, spectrum and chemical characteristics of soil DOM affected by long-term differentExpand
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Effect of combined application of February Orchid(Orychophragmus violaceus L.)and chemical fertilizer on nutrient uptake and utilization of spring maize
Effects of reducing farmer's fertilizer rates on yield and nutrient utilization of spring maize were investigated by using February Orchid(Orychophragmus violaceus L.) as green manure.There were sixExpand
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[Effects of Green Manures on Soil Dissolved Organic Matter in Moisture Soil in North China].
Soil dissolved organic matter (DOM) plays an important role in the biogeochemistry of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus and in the transport of heavy metals and pesticides in soil. In moisture soil,Expand
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