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Introduction of epigeous earthworms (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae) into a commercial compost. Consequences for protozoa and microflora


, : Introduction of epigeous earthworms (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae) into a commercial compost. Consequences for protozoa and microflora. Revue d' Ecologie et de Biologie du Sol 24(4): 673-683

The consequences of epigeous earthworm introduction on microorganism activity were studied in an horticultural compost.

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