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Long-term tillage and rotation effects on soil microbial biomass, carbon, and nitrogen
David Michael Granatstein
Written in English
|Statement||by David Michael Granatstein.|
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|Pagination||x, 72 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||72|
long-term effect of pulses and nutrient management on soil organic carbon dynamics and sustainability on an inceptisol of indo-gangetic plains of india - volume 48 issue 4 - p. k. ghosh, m. s. venkatesh, k. k. hazra, narendra kumar. In , relative differences between tillage systems cumulated in 25% higher soil organic carbon, 32% higher microbial biomass and 34% higher dehydrogenase activity with reduced tillage compared.
Few studies have used molecular methods to correlate the abundance of specific microbial taxonomic groups with changes in soil properties impacted by long-term agriculture. Community qPCR with 16S rRNA gene sequencing to examine the effects of long-term crop-management practices (no-till vs. conventional tillage, and continuous wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) vs. sorghum-wheat-soybean. The project is on soil microbial ecology of an integrated cover crops/reduced tillage vegetable system and another project on the role of grass seed crops in improving or maintaining soil quality. The purpose of the research is develop fundamental understanding on how ntegrated row cropping systems affect soil biology and other soil properties to develop more sustainable agricultural systems.
4 about how soil carbon sequestration is affected by soil tillage systems; such systems can 5 also be useful for developing sustainable crop production systems. In this study, we 6 evaluated the short- and long-term effects of conservation tillage (CT) on soil organic 7 carbon fractions and biological properties in a sandy clay loam soil. Soil organic matter (SOM), soil dissolved organic carbon content (DOC), and soil microbial biomass carbon content (MBC) of the six rotations in two soil depths were analyzed and are shown in Table 5. Significant difference was found in SOM between soil depths, with values in 0–10 cm greater than those in 10–20 cm. SOM of rotations ranged.
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Soil & Tillage Research 77 () – Long-term tillage and crop rotation effects on microbial biomass and C and N mineralization in a Brazilian Oxisol Elcio L.
Balotaa,∗, Arnaldo Colozzi Filhoa, Diva S. Andradea, Richard P. Dickb. The results of this study show that numerous factors affect soil microbial biomass and that cropping history and seasonal changes must be taken into account when microbial biomass data are compared.
Long-term tillage and rotation effects on soil microbial biomass, carbon and nitrogen | SpringerLinkCited by: Long-term tillage and crop rotation effects on soil quality, organic carbon, and total nitrogen.
Can. Soil Sci. – Long-term studies allow for quantification of the effects of crop production practices, such as tillage and crop rotation, on soil quality and soil C and N by: To determine the effects of crop rotation, crop residue management, and N fertilization, we measured changes in microbial biomass C and N and populations of several soil microbial groups in long‐term (58‐yr) plots under different winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) crop by: Perennialization and reducing tillage have increased soil organic matter (SOM) in both aggregate and particulate organic matter (POM) in short-term and small scale experiments, but there is a need for investigations into the long-term effects of agroecosystems on these dynamic pools of by: This research was conducted to assess the influence of long-term tillage system on soil organic carbon, microbial biomass carbon, root biomass and crop yield in spring and nitrogen book pea rotation.
Changes in microbial biomass dynamics and N cycling were studied in soils from a site derived from native grassland in western Nebraska managed under three tillage systems: no‐till, stubble mulch, an.
Rotation did not affect microbial biomass C and N (MBC, MBN) while tillage reduced only MBN at 10–20 cm compared to NT, likely related to dispersion of N fertilizers throughout the soil. Despite the apparent lack of sensitivity of microbial biomass, changes in SOC and TN illustrate the effects of rotation and tillage on SOM dynamics.
Long term e ffect of tillage and crop rotation on soil organic C and tota l N in a clay soil in Southwestern Saskatchewan.
Can. Soil Sci. – Soil microbial biomass carbon (MBC) and nitrogen (MBN) contents, carbon (CMR) and nitrogen (NMR) mineralization rates, and catalase activity in the surface layer (0–20 cm) during three years of different tillage treatments in a semi-arid loam soil from Iran.
Soil microbial functions are characterized by microbial biomass carbon (MBC) and nitrogen (MBN) as well as soil enzyme activity. Soil enzyme activity is known to be very dynamic and sensitive to agricultural practices, such as fertilization, crop rotation, tillage and crop residue management, and important in nutrient transformations and plant.
Figure 2: Microbial biomass carbon in 0–5 cm of cropped soil under three tillage regimes. Microbial biomass nitrogen was also higher under no-tillage and conservation tillage than under rotary tillage. By the end of the experiment, microbial biomass nitrogen under no-tillage and conservation tillage was 31 % higher than under rotary tillage.
We conducted a meta‐analysis of studies to examine crop rotation effects on total soil C and N concentrations, and the faster cycling microbial biomass C and N pools that play key roles in soil nutrient cycling and physical processes such as aggregate formation.
V1 Function of soil microbial biomass 17 Methods for measuring microbial biomass in soil 19 Tillage effect on microbial carbon, nitrogen & phosphorus 20 Soil respiration (C02 emission) 25 Field soil C02 emission measurement methods 26 Dynamic chamber method 26 Static chamber method 27 Climatic factors affecting field C02 emission Information is needed on novel management practices to increase dryland C sequestration and soil quality in the northern Great Plains, USA.
We evaluated the effects of tillage, crop rotation, and cultural practice on dryland crop biomass (stems and leaves) yield, surface residue, and soil C fractions at the cm depth from to in a Williams loam in eastern Montana, USA.
Crop residues on the soil surface were carefully removed before soil sampling. The fresh bulk soil samples (about 2 kg per plot) were gently broken apart by hand and were passed through a 2 mm sieve. Then, a third of the sieved soil was stored at 4°C for subsequent soil microbial biomass carbon (SMB-C) and nitrogen (SMB-N) measurement.
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Long-Term Crop Rotation, Tillage, and Fertility Effects on Soil Carbon and Nitrogen in Dry-Seeded, Delayed-Flood Rice Production Systems. By Jill M. Motschenbacher, Kristofor R.
Brye, Merle M. Anders, Edward E. Gbur, Nathan A. Slaton and Michelle A. Evans-White. Submitted: September 18th Reviewed: September 19th Published: March 12th Abstract Management systems influence soil quality over time. A randomized block design in 2 (tillage system) × 3 (crop rotation) factorial arrangement was laid-out to evaluate the impact of tillage and crop rotation (–) on soil quality.
Conventional tillage and No-till were factored into continuous corn, corn–soybean, and corn–soybean–wheat–Cowpea systems. Conservation tillage can significantly affect the biological, chemical, and physical properties of soil.
This study aimed to determine the effect of conservation tillage on the soil microbial community and respiration and on soil CO2 emissions. In this study, the effects of 10 years of conservation tillage (no-till: NT and ridge tillage: RT) on soil CO2 fluxes and soil microbial communities.
examine the rotation effects on soil microbial biomass and function. We measured soil microbial catabolic potential, C and N mineralization, extracellular enzyme activities, and microbial biomass three times over one growing season in a long-term crop rotation experiment at the W.
K. Kellogg Bi-ological Station (established ).active effects of tillage and crop rotation on soil organic matter concentra- tions and mineralization. The current study was conducted to examine the effects of long-term (10 years) tillage and crop rotation management on soil C and N concentrations and potential mineralization in .Long-term tillage effects on the distribution patterns of microbial biomass and activities within soil aggregates X.
Jiang a,b,⁎, A.L. Wright b, J. Wang a, a College of Resources and Environment, Southwest University, 2 Tiansheng Road, Beibei, Chongqing,China b Everglades Research & Education Center, University of Florida, Belle Glade, FLUSA.