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Impact of long-term cultivation on the status of cadmium in chernozemic soils
Cadmium (Cd) from the soil can accumulate in our bodies via the consumption of our crops and cause serious health problems. While it has been documented that long-term cultivation affects physical and chemical properties ...
Effect of paraplowing on soil properties and crop yield under irrigated management
Limitations on water infiltration and soil aeration through compaction processes have the potential to limit production in irrigated agricultural fields. This project was conducted to determine the impact of sub-soiling ...
Spatial and temporal patterns of nitrous oxide and their relationship to soil water and soil properties
Soil N2O flux is sensitive to soil moisture content and soil temperature, which are in turn sensitive to changes in climate and topography. Thus, N2O flux measurements exhibit a high degree of spatial and temporal ...
Role of Microbially produced Siderophores in Increasing Availability of Micronutrient Cations in Soils
Siderophores are low molecular weight organic compounds secreted into the environment by bacteria and fungi in response to iron stress. Significant levels of siderophores have been found in the rhizosphere of crop plants; ...