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The effects of earthworms on nitrogen reorganization in cultivated soils


, : The effects of earthworms on nitrogen reorganization in cultivated soils. Calvet, R (Ed ) Nitrates-Agriculture-Eau; (Nitrates, Agriculture, Water); International Symposium, Paris, France, November 7-8, 576p Inra: Paris, France Illus Maps 209-214



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