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- Huang, Xiusheng, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2018 v.268 pp. 24-33
- Acidobacteria; Arachis pintoi; Bacillaceae; Burkholderia; Chamaecrista rotundifolia var. rotundifolia; Enterobacter; Escherichia; Lactococcus; Pediococcus; Phenylobacterium; Rhodoplanes; Sphingomonas; Weissella; bacterial communities; community structure; delta-Proteobacteria; dissolved organic carbon; green manures; legumes; long term effects; mulching; nitrate nitrogen; orchards; organic nitrogen; persimmons; phosphorus; soil bacteria; soil chemical properties; soil fertility; soil profiles; terracing; vegetation; China
- ... Applying legumes as green manure has been reported to improve soil fertility and alter soil bacterial community structure. Few studies have been conducted to determine the effects of Chamaecrista rotundifolia and Arachis pintoi mulching on soil bacterial communities in orchards. In this study, we described the bacterial community in the 0–20 cm soil profile under long-term (approximate 20 years) C ...