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Annual variation of soil biological processes and aggregate stability after extensive production on a loose sediment brown earth



Annual variation of soil biological processes and aggregate stability after extensive production on a loose sediment brown earth



Kongressband 1992 Gottingen Vortrage zum Generalthema des 104 VDLUFA Kongresses vom 14-1991992 in Gottingen: Okologische Aspekte extensiver Landbewirtschaftung: 258-261



Soil biological activity and aggregate stability were monitored monthly from Jan. 1989 to Dec. 1991 on grass fallow and cereal rotation plots in a lime-rich silt loam soil in Austria. Xylanase activity was greater in grass fallow than in the crop rotation site, with significant differences mainly in spring and summer months.

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