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Ground Beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) Assemblages and Slug Abundance in Agricultural Fields Under Organic and Low-Input Conventional Management Within a Long-Term Agronomic Trial in Central Italy Organic Eprints
Rossi, Elisabetta; Antichi, Daniele; Loni, Augusto; Canovai, Roberto; Sbrana, Massimo; Mazzoncini, Marco.
Inside a long-term agronomic trial aimed at evaluating the effects of organic and low-input conventional management systems on soil fertility and arable crop production, we selected six fields bordered by hedgerows, three under each management system. Here, we analyzed the carabid assemblages and the slug abundance. Samplings took place in five different periods, across 1 yr of observations. The carabid abundances were similar in organic and conventional fields. The Shannon–Wiener diversity index (H’) showed a higher value in the conventional fields, although in the organic fields, a higher number of species were observed. The multivariate analysis described similar carabid communities, but excluding the period factor, it showed a significant influence of...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Soil biology; Biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Ano: 2019 URL: http://orgprints.org/36582/1/Rossi%20et%20al.%2C%202019.pdf
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Ground Beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) Assemblages and Slug Abundance in Agricultural Fields Under Organic and Low-Input Conventional Management Within a Long-Term Agronomic Trial in Central Italy Organic Eprints
Rossi, Elisabetta; Antichi, Daniele; Loni, Augusto; Canovai, Roberto; Sbrana, Massimo; Mazzoncini, Marco.
Inside a long-term agronomic trial aimed at evaluating the effects of organic and low-input conventional management systems on soil fertility and arable crop production, we selected six fields bordered by hedgerows, three under each management system. Here, we analyzed the carabid assemblages and the slug abundance. Samplings took place in five different periods, across 1 yr of observations. The carabid abundances were similar in organic and conventional fields. The Shannon–Wiener diversity index (H’) showed a higher value in the conventional fields, although in the organic fields, a higher number of species were observed. The multivariate analysis described similar carabid communities, but excluding the period factor, it showed a significant influence of...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Soil biology; Biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Ano: 2019 URL: http://orgprints.org/36581/1/Rossi%20et%20al.%2C%202019.pdf
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Hairy vetch cover crop affects weed diversity and composition in no-till sunflower Organic Eprints
Carlesi, Stefano; Antichi, Daniele; Sbrana, Massimo; Barberi, Paolo.
Vicia villosa Roth, or hairy vetch, is one of the most productive cover crops (CC) in Mediterranean dry areas, with an interesting potential as dead mulch in no-tillage cropping systems. In low-input cropping systems, mechanical termination of hairy vetch could replace a glyphosate application to control weeds. Mechanical termination (e.g. with a roller crimper) of hairy vetch is ineffective until the late growing stages of vetch, leading to delayed sowing and yield reduction in the following crop. To find the best compromise in timing between effective termination of vetch and reasonable yield of no-till sunflower, an on-farm experiment was carried out in Pisa (Italy) in 2012/13 and 2013/14 to compare three termination techniques (roller crimper with no,...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Crop combinations and interactions; Soil tillage; Biodiversity and ecosystem services; Weed management.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/29702/1/Carlesi%20et%20al.%202014.pdf
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