Assessing the productivity function of soils. A review

@article{Mller2011AssessingTP,
  title={Assessing the productivity function of soils. A review},
  author={Lothar M{\"u}ller and Uwe Schindler and Wilfried Mirschel and T G Shepherd and Bruce C Ball and K. Helming and Jutta Rogasik and Frank Eulenstein and Hubert Wiggering},
  journal={Agronomy for Sustainable Development},
  year={2011},
  volume={30},
  pages={601-614}
}
The development and survival or disappearance of civilizations has been based on the performance of soils to provide food, fibre, and further essential goods for humans. Amongst soil functions, the capacity to produce plant biomass (productivity function) remains essential. This function is closely associated with the main global issues of the 21st century like food security, demands of energy and water, carbon balance and climate change. A standardised methodology for assessing the… CONTINUE READING
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