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Soil microbial biomass alterations during the maize silage growing season relative to tillage method
Tillage method can significantly alter soil microbial populations and activities. Although considerable literature exists on microbial and soil chemical alterations under various tillage methods,Expand
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Nodulation and root growth of forage legumes sown into tall fescue swards
Establishing forage legumes into endophyte-infected tall fescue (Festuca arundinacae Schreb.) pastures is problematic, especially in well-established stands. A oversowing field experiment determinedExpand
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Enzyme activities in appalachian soils: 2. Urease
Abstract The urease enzyme in many soils plays an important role in the efficient use of urea fertilizer. Urease activities in fourteen hill land soils of the Appalachian region were determined. TheExpand
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A Point-Source Method for Sampling Soil Atmospheres
ABSTRACT A point-source soil atmospheric sampler was designed and field tested. Equilibration periods of 1 h after placement were enough to achieve representative in situ samples from an agriculturalExpand
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INITIAL WHITE CLOVER NODULATION UNDER SATURATION LEVELS OF RHIZOBIA RELATIVE TO LOW-LEVEL LIMING OF AN ACIDIC SOIL
Improved symbiosis establishment between effective rhizobia and forage legumes is often important for maximizing sward yields, particularly when seeding is done on acidic, low-fertility soils. NewExpand
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Comparative growth responses of perennial forage legumes in hill‐land ultisols and their relationship to soil acidity‐related factors
Abstract As soils of humid, temperate hill‐lands are typically highly weathered, mineral, and acidic, forage legumes for these conditions need to be evaluated, and limiting soil acidity‐relatedExpand
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A MODEL SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING LOW-LEVEL LIMING EFFECTS ON WHITE CLOVER SYMBIOSIS DEVELOPMENT IN AN ACIDIC SOIL
Establishment and maintenance of forage legumes on acidic soils continues to be a worldwide problem. In an attempt to develop a more rational approach to the selection of plants and bacteria, aExpand
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