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The interaction of soil aggregate stability with other soil properties as influenced by manure and nitrogen fertilization
(Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, Vytautas Magnus University, 2018)
Soil water-stable aggregate (WSA) stability is one of the most important indicators of soil health, because it influences chemical, biological and other physical properties. At the same time, WSA formation, stabilization and ...
Otsekülvi mõju mulla kvaliteedile Eesti tootmispõldudel
(Eesti Maaülikool; Eesti Taimekasvatuse Instituut, 2018)
Finding out the best agricultural management practices for certain climatic regions and soils is crucial to maintain soils quality. One of the practices, to stop soil erosion, reduce leaching and increase soil organic ...
Water satability of soil aggregates in a 50-year-old soil formation experiment on calcareous glacial till
(Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2020)
Soil formation on the human time scale is immensely time consuming, although it can be significantly accelerated through the effects of vegetation. The content of water-stable aggregates (WSAs) is a useful indicator for ...
Effect of crop residue decomposition on soil aggregate stability
The decomposition of fresh crop residues added to soil for agricultural purposes is complex. This is due to di erent factors that influence the decomposition process. In field conditions, the incorporation of crop residues ...