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    • Soil health is the continued capacity of... soil to function as a vital... ...humans, and connects agricultural and soil science to policy, stakeholder... ...supply-chain management. Historically, soil assessments focused on crop production... , but, today, soil health also includes the role of...
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    • ...Microorganisms are crucial in regulating soil N available to plants,... ...known about the relationships between soil N-cycling and tree health. Here, we combined high... ...nitrification and denitrification genes with soil chemical analyses to characterise ammonia... ...in soils associated with...
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    • Sustainable soil carbon sequestration practices need to... ...carbon sequestration is in cropland soils, especially those with large... ...gaps and/or large historic soil organic carbon losses. The... implementation of soil carbon sequestration measures requires a... ...to local soil... ...a soil...soil
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    • ...–2016 on a sandy loam soil in the mid attitude of... ...profitability of baby corn, and soil properties under different land configurations... ...bed and furrow system. The soil of broad bed and furrow... ...and acid phosphatase) compared to soils of other land configurations.... ...soil... ...soil...
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    • Biogeographic patterns in soil bacterial communities and their responses... ...orchard, paddy, and upland soils collected from 853 sites across... ...agricultural land-use types. Paddy soils, which are intentionally flooded... ...with low community variation. Soil chemical properties were dependent...
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    • ...or with sunscreen), and soil adherence (mass of sand... ...press their hands on a soil laden tray for 5 s... ...98) showed that the average soil adherence for both palmar hands... ...have a significant influence on soil adherence. The average adhered... ...impact on hand soil adherence. Overall...
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    • Cropping systems have fertilized soils for decades with undetermined consequences... ...unknowns is the role of soil biodiversity in controlling crop production... ...to assess how changes in soil biodiversity could alter crop production... and soil health in changing environments. Here,... ...soil...
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    • ...Southeast Asia, can provide a soil amendment for the reversal of... soil acidification and degradation. However,... ...crushed, whole GAS) on soil bacterial diversity and community structure... ...abundance and community structure in soils amended with GAS residue and... ...in soil pH and...
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    • ...symptoms of ginseng rust and soil, the physical and chemical... ...healthy ginseng (HG) rhizosphere soil were analyzed and compared.... ...potential (Eh) of GRR soil decreased, and the contents... ...microbial community of GRR rhizosphere soil changes much, and its... ...GRR rhizosphere soil also...
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    • ...by ingesting contaminated matrices mainly soil. Several works evaluated precisely... the soil ingestion and its variation factors... ...contamination. The work evaluated daily soil and grass ingestions by tethered... ...results previously obtained. Daily soil ingestion did not significantly...
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    • ...harvest 222Rn laden air from soil gas of natural origin as... ...technique makes use of a soil probe of about 1 m... to draw soil gas, through a dehumidifier... ...mode of operation” in which soil gas is injected into the... ...leak is discussed. Harvesting soil gas has many important... ...) soil...
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    • ...treatment for polluted waters and soils has been widely studied.... ...Ni in water and acidic soil samples was evaluated. The... ...on iron availability, physico-chemical soil properties and soil phytotoxicity was also assessed.... ...and Ni in water and soil samples was determined by the...
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    • ...Current public investments to improve soil health seek to balance productivity and... ...considerations. However, data integrating soil biological health and crop N response to... ...to show that biologically healthier soils produce greater corn yields per... ...found the effect of soil...
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    • ...-offs, intraspecific-interactions, and soil nutrient dynamics in the context... ...Sorghum bicolor L.) growth, soil nutrient dynamics and interactions (... ...in a nutrient-poor greenhouse soil. Using six rhizobacterial species... ..., nutrient assimilation, and soil nutrient dynamics via seed-...
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    • Soil phosphorus (P) loss from... ...we combine spatially distributed global soil erosion estimates (only considering... ...global P content for cropland soils to assess global soil P loss. The world’... s soils are currently being depleted in... ...P fertilizer, agricultural soils worldwide will be...
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    • Soil biodiversity is increasingly recognized as... providing benefits to human health because it can suppress disease... -causing soil organisms and provide clean air... ...and the resulting declines in soil biodiversity reduce and impair these... ...research indicates that soil biodiversity can...soil
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    • ...total of 109 pairs of soil and rice samples was conducted... to evaluate the health risks posed by heavy metals... ...Basin, China. The studied soils are characterized by acid (... ...5.5), carbon rich (soil organic matter in mean of... ...contributing to the potential health risks posed by non-...
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    • ...with crop straw can impact soil properties and may in turn... ...structure and function of the soil food web. We investigated... ...straw mulching coverage levels on soil nematodes community structure in walnut... ...indicated that the number of soil nematodes after straw mulching was... ...soil...
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    • ...greenhouse cultivation, leading to several soil-related obstacles. In this... ...MRS) was used to amend soils from the re-cropping of... ...−2 of MRS to amend soil as treatment (TR),... ...of bacterial wilt (BW), soil properties and rhizobacterial community composition... ...yield. Meanwhile, soil...
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    • ...a serious concern for human health. Present study is based... on the environment and health risk assessment of wastewater irrigated... soil and crops in a semi... ...correlation was also found among soil and wastewater lead (r2 ... ...(NIPI) showed the soil samples maximum pollution limit...
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    • ...organic manures generally improve the soil physical, chemical and biological... ...manures and NPK fertilizer on soil properties, growth, yield,... ...and NPK fertilizer increased the soil organic matter (OM),... ...okra because of its high soil chemical properties which could be... ...health...
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    • Soil-borne plant diseases are increasingly... ...of preventative control measures or soil fallowing for a planting season... ...composition of diseased versus healthy soils. However, a single independent... ...the disease in a particular soil. Here, we attempt to... ...wilt-diseased soils from eight...
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    • Agricultural soil is a non-renewable natural... ...activity is often detrimental to soil health and can distribute heavy metal... (loid)s into the soil environment, with harmful effects... on human and ecosystem health. In this Review, we... ...transformations in the soil and their... ...soils...
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    • ...for estimating difficult-to-measure soil properties from basic soil data. Typically, PTFs are... ...testing a predictive model. National soil legacy databases offer an opportunity... to provide soil data for developing PTFs although... ..., we examined the Indian soil legacy (ISL) database...
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    • ...driven primarily by differences in soil water storage capacity, reveals... ...over time. Yield sensitivity to soil water storage increased by 55...
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    • ...outcome of microbiome studies regarding soil and saliva samples. V1V3,... ...of alpha diversity, especially in soil samples, the overall effect... ...of specific bacteria related to soil quality and development, and... microbial genera used as health biomarkers in saliva. V1V3...
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    • ...different management practices on agricultural soils and crop yields, but... ...and integrated a database of soil health measurements conducted in the field... ...world. The SoilHealthDB includes 42 soil health indicators and 46 background indicators... ..., elevation, and soil type. A... ...soil...
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    • ...were established in wastewater & soil samples obtained from 8 sites... ...ppm respectively and within World Health Organization (WHO) allowable limits... ...levels of the metals in soil samples ranged from 0.085... ...above WHO limits for agricultural soils. Positive correlations (P <... ...soils;...
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    • ...of the inoculant on the soil microbial communities and specific microbial... ...association between the inoculant and soil elements merit further studies.... ...50 after being introduced into soil. Inoculation of E. fredii... .../20 immobilized in agar increased soil chemicals including soil...
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    • ...the ecological processes occurring in soils. The use of agricultural... ...select and stimulate plant beneficial soil microorganisms. However, there is... ...of the biostimulants operating on soil functioning as well as on... ...intended to be applied on soil crop residues to increase their...
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    • ...an effective strategy to alleviate soil-borne diseases. Though watermelon... ...Fusarium wilt is a severe soil-borne disease, the effect... ...effects of wheat straw on soil bacterial and fungal communities by... ...wheat straw to consecutive watermelon soil in the greenhouse condition....
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    • Soil-inhabiting fungal pathogens use chemical... ...the host plant. Whether other soil microorganisms exploit this capacity for... ...a fungal pathogen in the soil to gain preferential access to...
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    • ...water transport. To study the health status of the tributaries of... ...was a significant difference in health status between tributaries in the... ...this study can capture the health status of 36 important tributaries... ...only enrich the practice of health assessment using B-IBI,...
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    • Soil microbes play important roles in... plant growth and health. Little is known about... the differences of soil microbes between healthy and bacterial... wilt infected soils with Ralstonia solanacearum. By... ...gene amplicons, we found the soil microbial composition and diversity were...
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    • ...some of the most severe soil erosion in both the Loess... ...Plateau and in the world. Soil moisture is an important link... ...role in vegetative growth, ecosystem health, and the restoration of... ...investigated the dynamic characteristics of soil moisture and its influencing factors... ...soil...
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    • ...the atmosphere have caused widespread health and environmental impacts and have... ...cause similar consequences for the health of soil and downstream aquatic ecosystems as... ...and mitigate environmental and human health impacts.