Long-term tillage and cropping effects on microbiological properties associated with aggregation in a semi-arid soil

@article{CaesarTonthat2010LongtermTA,
  title={Long-term tillage and cropping effects on microbiological properties associated with aggregation in a semi-arid soil},
  author={Thecan Caesar-Tonthat and Upendra M. Sainju and Sara F. Wright and Weilin L Shelver and Robert L. Kolberg and Mark D. West},
  journal={Biology and Fertility of Soils},
  year={2010},
  volume={47},
  pages={157-165}
}
Little is known about the long-term tillage and cropping management effects on the microbiologically derived factors that influence macroaggregates in semi-arid soil. We tested the hypothesis that differences in macro-aggregation are due to changes in soil structure related to management treatment-induced microbiological changes. In an experiment, microbiological factors consisting of aggregate stability, glomalin, russuloid basidiomycete fungi, uronic acids, total organic C (TOC), and total N… CONTINUE READING

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