Ecology of Earthworms under the ‘Haughley Experiment’ of Organic and Conventional Management Regimes

@article{Blakemore2000EcologyOE,
  title={Ecology of Earthworms under the ‘Haughley Experiment’ of Organic and Conventional Management Regimes},
  author={R. Blakemore},
  journal={Biological Agriculture \& Horticulture},
  year={2000},
  volume={18},
  pages={141 - 159}
}
  • R. Blakemore
  • Published 2000
  • Biology
  • Biological Agriculture & Horticulture
ABSTRACT Significant differences in earthworm populations and soil properties were found in three sections of a farm at Haughley in Suffolk that, since 1939, had either an organic, a mixed conventional, or a stockless intensive arable regime. Compared with the mean earthworm population of a 1,000 year old permanent pasture of 424.0 m−2; an organic field had 178.6 m−2; a mixed field 97.5 m−2; and a stockless field 100.0 m−2. Species recorded were: Allolobophora chlorotica, accounting for most of… Expand
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