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The effect of plant residues from capsicum peppers grown as monoculture on the soil microflora



The effect of plant residues from capsicum peppers grown as monoculture on the soil microflora



Pochvoznanie i Agrokhimiya 7(1): 113-124



Continuous cultivation of peppers on an alluvial-meadow soil generally reduced the number and activity of soil micro-organisms compared with uncropped soil.

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