Soil biochemical properties and microbial resilience in agroforestry systems: effects on wheat growth under controlled drought and flooding conditions.

@article{Rivest2013SoilBP,
  title={Soil biochemical properties and microbial resilience in agroforestry systems: effects on wheat growth under controlled drought and flooding conditions.},
  author={David Rivest and Miren Lorente and Alain Olivier and Christian Messier},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2013},
  volume={463-464},
  pages={
          51-60
        }
}
  • David Rivest, Miren Lorente, +1 author Christian Messier
  • Published in
    The Science of the total…
    2013
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Agroforestry is increasingly viewed as an effective means of maintaining or even increasing crop and tree productivity under climate change while promoting other ecosystem functions and services. This study focused on soil biochemical properties and resilience following disturbance within agroforestry and conventional agricultural systems and aimed to determine whether soil differences in terms of these biochemical properties and resilience would subsequently affect crop productivity under… CONTINUE READING

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