|Koopmans, Dr. C.J.; Smeding, Dr. F.W..|
|Learning how to manage beneficial soil biological processes may be a key step towards developing sustainable agricultural systems. We designed a conceptual framework linking soil management practices to important soil-life groups and soil fertility services like nutrient cycling, soil structure and disease suppression. We selected a necessary parameter set to gain insight between management, soil life and soil support services. The findings help to develop management practices that optimise yields, soil fertility and biodiversity in organic farming.|
|Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc.
||Palavras-chave: Soil biology; Soil quality.