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Effect of cropping system on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal population, growth and yield of succeeding crop on Andosol in central region of Japan


Effect of cropping system on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal population, growth and yield of succeeding crop on Andosol in central region of Japan



Japanese Journal of Crop Science 72(2): 158-162



DOI: 10.1626/jcs.72.158

The effect of cropping system on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi population, as well as on the growth and yield of succeeding maize or soyabean were studied over the rainy season on Andosol field in Ibaraki, Japan. Maize and soyabean were grown in plots of seven cropping histories. All the previous crops except for the crops of the genus Brassica were mycorrhizal in cropping system.

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