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Provedor de dados:  Organic Eprints
País:  Germany
Título:  Soil functionality assessment in degraded plots of vineyards
Autores:  Priori, S.
Lagomarsino, A.
Agnelli, A.E.
Valboa, G.
Castaldini, M.
Pellegrini, S.
Simoni, S.
D'Avino, L.
Gagnarli, E.
Guidi, S.
Goggioli, D.
Landi, S.
D'Errico, G.
Perria, R.
Puccioni, S.
Leprini, M.
Zombardo, A.
Storchi, P.
Costantini, E.A.C.
Data:  2016-11
Ano:  2016
Palavras-chave:  Soil quality
Nutrient turnover
Soil
Biodiversity and ecosystem services
Landscape and recreation
Environmental aspects
Resumo:  Land transformation to adapt fields to mechanization in perennial crop farming is a common practice which includes land levelling, deep ploughing, stone-breakage and clearing, application of fertilizers and amendments. Manipulation of the natural soil profile along its entire depth can severely disturb the naturally existing chemical physical,biological and hydrological equilibrium (Costantini and Barbetti, 2008; Costantini et al., 2013). The most common effects of the land transformation are mixing of soil horizons and soil truncation, which result in reduction of soil depth and available water, organic matter depletion, enrichment of calcium carbonate content in the topsoil,imbalance of some element ratio, and decline in the activity and diversity of soil biological communities involved in nutrient cycles. A decline in the capacity of soil to accommodate the soil-dwelling organisms causes a strong impact on several ecosystem services, in particular, the growth of the vine, the quality and quantity of the grapes,the production costs and the risk of erosion. These negative effects of a pre-planting mismanagement can occur simultaneously and interact to decrease soil fertility and grapevine performance (Lanyon et al., 2004; Tagliavini and Rombolà, 2001; Martínez-Casasnovas and Ramos, 2009).Since soil spatial variability is usually high, soil manipulations frequently result into reduced soil functionality and decline of soil ecosystem services in defined plots of the vineyards. Sometimes soil degradation in these areas is very high and compromises not only vine performance and crop yield, but also disease resistance of plants to diseases and their survival. The impact of improper soil manipulations in vineyards may be of particular concern, because vineyards are frequently located on marginal hillsides, which are sensitive to soil erosion and characterized by shallow soil depth (Ramos, 2006). This paper wants to show the assessment of soil functionality in degraded areas within two farms in Tuscany. This work reports the results of the first activities in Italian sites of the ReSolVe Core-organic+ project, aimed at restoring optimal Soil functionality in degraded areas within organic European vineyards.
Tipo:  Journal paper
Idioma:  Inglês
Identificador:  http://orgprints.org/30955/1/Atti_Congresso_SISS2015.pdf

Priori, S.; Lagomarsino, A.; Agnelli, A.E.; Valboa, G.; Castaldini, M.; Pellegrini, S.; Simoni, S.; D'Avino, L.; Gagnarli, E.; Guidi, S.; Goggioli, D.; Landi, S.; D'Errico, G.; Perria, R.; Puccioni, S.; Leprini, M.; Zombardo, A.; Storchi, P. and Costantini, E.A.C. (2016) Soil functionality assessment in degraded plots of vineyards. Suoli di Qualità per una Vita di Qualità, 1, pp. 190-199.
Relação:  http://orgprints.org/30955/
Formato:  application/pdf
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