Soil microbial community of abandoned sand fields

@article{Elhottov2002SoilMC,
  title={Soil microbial community of abandoned sand fields},
  author={Dana Elhottov{\'a} and Tibor Szili-Kov{\'a}cs and Jan Triska},
  journal={Folia Microbiologica},
  year={2002},
  volume={47},
  pages={435-440}
}
Microbiological evaluation of sandy grassland soils from two different stages of secondary succession on abandoned fields (4 and 8 years old fallow) was carried out as a part of research focused on restoration of semi-natural vegetation communities inKiskunság National Park in Hungary. There was an apparent total N and organic C enrichment, stimulation of microbial growth and microbial community structure change on fields abandoned by agricultural practice (small family farm) in comparison with… CONTINUE READING

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