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Field homogeneity in OSCAR-MEE Organic Eprints
Marinari, S.; Papp, R.; Sripada, U.; Thami-Alami, I.; Campiglia, E.; Pearce, B.D.; Bergkvist, G.; van der Heijden, M.; Baresel, J.P.; Finckh, Maria R..
Soil properties at the beginning of the MEE (Multi Environment Experiments) were statistically analyzed in order to verify the field homogeneity. The initial soil properties represent the starting point to interpret the effect of CC and LM on soil fertility during crop cycle.Soil properties of the fields were quite homogeneous at the beginning of crop cycles (first and second). The soil properties of the experimental fields in the selected areas showed a wide variety of pedons to be used for the comparison of CC and LM effect in different climate zones. Soils from the Northern European sites are more acid and richer of nutrients and organic matter with respect to the soils in Southern sites.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Soil biology; Nutrient turnover.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/29641/1/poster%20OSCAR%201.pdf
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Optimising Subsidiary Crop Applications in Rotations (OSCAR): A Perspective for the North Africa Region Organic Eprints
Udupa, S.M.; Elhaddoury, J.; Krimi Bencheqroun, S.; Thami-Alami, I.; Henkrar, F.; Baresel, J.P.; Finckh, M.R..
Background: For sustainable improvement of wheat-based farming systems in the North Africa, there is a need to improve plant health, soil health and fertility. One approach to achieve this is by integrating subsidiary crops (SC) as living or dead mulches or cover crops with the main crops in rotations, which will increase plant species and microbial diversity and reducing water demand in dry climates. Methods: A collaborative research project funded by EU FP 7 (Project No. 289277) was initiated in April 2012, in partnership with European Union (public research organizations and private sector small and medium enterprises of Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherland, UK, Poland, Switzerland and Italy), Brazil and Morocco (INRA-Morocco and ICARDA),...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Soil; Farm nutrient management.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://orgprints.org/29915/1/31%20Poster%20Abstract.pdf
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Soil quality grouping variables in OSCAR-MEE Organic Eprints
Marinari, S.; Papp, R.; Sripada, U.; Thami-Alami, I.; Campiglia, E.; Pearce, Bruce; Bergkvist, Göran; van der Heijden, Marcel; Baresel, Jörg Peter; Finckh, Maria R..
Soil chemical properties were correlated with microbial biomass and its activity. Different correlations were found at the beginning of the first and second cycles, respectively. Soil samples were grouped with respect to the different climate zones. The main variables that separated the countries were organic Carbon, total Nitrogen, pH and clay content.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Soil biology; Nutrient turnover; Soil.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/29643/1/poster%20OSCAR%202.pdf
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