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Comparison of soil mites (Oribatida; Acari) between conventional and nature (tillage and no-tillage practices) farming crop fields in Japan


Comparison of soil mites (Oribatida; Acari) between conventional and nature (tillage and no-tillage practices) farming crop fields in Japan



Seventh International Conference on Kyusei Nature Farming Proceedings of the conference held at Christchurch, New Zealand, 15-18 January 2002: 149-154



Oribatid mites, one of the major soil fauna groups in crop fields, were compared in terms of abundance and diversity between conventional fields (CT) and nature farming fields with tillage (OT) or no-tillage (ON) practices. Soil samples of 0-5 cm layer were obtained from 17 arable fields mainly in central Japan.

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