Straw management influences the stabilization of organic

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The importance of soil organic matter

Organic matter influences the physical conditions of a soil in several ways. thereby enhancing rainwater infiltration and reducing runoff.Surface infiltration depends on a number of factors including aggregation and stability,pore continuity and stability,the existence of cracks,and the soil surface condition. straw residues Straw management influences the stabilization ofStraw management inuences the stabilization of organic carbon by Fe (oxyhydr)oxides in soil aggregates Bin Xue,Li Huang ,Yanan Huang,Kashif Ali Kubar,Xiaokun Li,Jianwei LuStraw management influences the stabilization of organic Jan 15,2020 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#0183;Soil management practices,such as tillage,fertilization and straw incorporation,not only affect soil aggregation but also influence Fe (oxyhydr)oxide organic carbon associations,which are crucial to the preservation of SOC in paddy soils (Huang et al.,2018,Mikutta et al.,2009,Wiesmeier et al.,2019,Wissing et al.,2013).

Stabilization of C-Carbon and Immobilization of N

Straw 13C loss after 1 yr was unaffected by either tential and the availability of soil organic N reserves winter flooding or straw management (77.1% of applied).Slightly in rice systems.Although numerous field studies have more straw 15N was lost of that applied in burned (65.5 3.5%) reported the fate of added 14C-,13C-,and/or 15N-labeledStabilization and destabilization of soil organic matter Fig.2.The stability of soil organic C with respect to microbial respiration is determitied by inherent recalcitrance of organic compounds,interaction with stabilizing substances,and accessibility to microorgan-isms.Proximal controls directly influence these characteristics,and distal factors,shown at the bottom of thePrevious123456NextEffect of tillage system and straw management on organic The choice of cultivation system in arable agriculture exerts a strong influence not only on soil health and crop productivity but also on the wider environment.Conservation tillage using non-inversion methods conserves soil carbon,reduces erosion risk and enhances soil quality.In addition,conservation tillage has been shown to sequester more carbon within the soil than inversion tillage

Medium Optimization for Spore Production of a Straw

The strains capable of degrading cellulose have attracted much interest because of their applications in straw resource utilization in solid-state fermentation (SSF).However,achieving high spore production in SSF is rarely reported.The production of spores from Streptomyces griseorubens JSD-1 was investigated in shaker-flask cultivation in this study.The optimal carbon,organic nitrogen Long-term tillage and straw returning effects on organic C Straw management influences the stabilization of organic carbon by Fe (oxyhydr)oxides in soil aggregates Future research should address the impact of intensive management practices on water Long-term tillage and straw returning effects on organic C Straw management influences the stabilization of organic carbon by Fe (oxyhydr)oxides in soil aggregates Future research should address the impact of intensive management practices on water

Long-term effects of straw and straw-derived biochar on

Straw is rich in organic carbon,nitrogen,phosphorus,potassium,silicon,and other mineral nutrients. our objectives were to apply Illumina MiSeq high-throughput sequencing to analyze (i) the influence of straw and straw-derived biochar on aggregate distribution and stabilization and (ii) the effects of fertilization management and Long-term effects of straw and straw-derived biochar on Straw is rich in organic carbon,nitrogen,phosphorus,potassium,silicon,and other mineral nutrients. our objectives were to apply Illumina MiSeq high-throughput sequencing to analyze (i) the influence of straw and straw-derived biochar on aggregate distribution and stabilization and (ii) the effects of fertilization management and Integrative effects of no-tillage and straw returning on INTRODUCTION.The soil organic C (SOC) plays an imperative role in regulating soil ecological and C cycling processes in the global scale (Chen et al.,2014).The soil management practices are considered essential to conserve soil quality (Kahlon et al.,2013),and can greatly affect the composition and stability of SOC through plough layer (Stone and Schlegel,2010; B hattacharyya et al.,2012

Influence of straw incorporation with and without straw

To study the influence of straw incorporation with and without straw decomposer on bacterial community structure and biological traits,a 3-year field experiments,including four treatments control without fertilizer (CK),chemical fertilizer (NPK),chemical fertilizer plus 7500 kg ha1 straw incorporation (NPKS),and chemical fertilizer plus 7500 kg ha1 straw incorporation and 300 kg ha Influence of straw incorporation with and without straw To study the influence of straw incorporation with and without straw decomposer on bacterial community structure and biological traits,a 3-year field experiments,including four treatments control without fertilizer (CK),chemical fertilizer (NPK),chemical fertilizer plus 7500 kg ha1 straw incorporation (NPKS),and chemical fertilizer plus 7500 kg ha1 straw incorporation and 300 kg ha Influence of inorganic additives on wheat straw composting Influence of inorganic additives on wheat straw composting Characterization and structural composition of organic matter derived from the process J Environ Manage .2020 Apr 15;260:110137.doi 10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.110137.

Influence of inorganic additives on wheat straw composting

Apr 15,2020 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#0183;Declaration of interest.None.1.Introduction.As a consequence of food production,the generation of agricultural residues such as straw,roots,shafts and other tissues of the main crops (i.e.,corn,wheat and rice among others) comprises up to 3.7 Pg dry matter,annually (Bentsen et al.,2014).This considerable amount of organic matter (OM) and mineral components suggests itsInfluence of green manure and rice straw management on ).Rice is the most important food crop in China,producing about 197 million tons of rice grain every year,contributing 28.7% to world rice grain production (Huang et al.,2013; Liu et al.,2014).Erosion prevention practices - temporary seeding and May 31,2019 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#0183;Stabilization includes a wide range of erosion prevention practices that cover exposed soil such as the use of straw,mulch,erosion control blankets,plastic sheeting or tarpaulins.Temporary seeding is a soil stabilization practice involving the establishment of temporary vegetative cover to reduce erosion on construction sites that have

Erosion prevention practices - temporary seeding and

May 31,2019 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#0183;Stabilization includes a wide range of erosion prevention practices that cover exposed soil such as the use of straw,mulch,erosion control blankets,plastic sheeting or tarpaulins.Temporary seeding is a soil stabilization practice involving the establishment of temporary vegetative cover to reduce erosion on construction sites that have Effects of straw management and nitrogen application rate A 2-year field experiment was conducted on the North China Plain to assess the effects of two straw management practices and different nitrogen fertilizer addition levels on soil organic matter (SOM) fractions and microbial properties under a winter wheat-summer maize cropping system.Eight treatments (two straw management practices and four nitrogen fertilizer input levels) were established Effects of straw management and nitrogen application rate A 2-year field experiment was conducted on the North China Plain to assess the effects of two straw management practices and different nitrogen fertilizer addition levels on soil organic matter (SOM) fractions and microbial properties under a winter wheat-summer maize cropping system.Eight treatments (two straw management practices and four nitrogen fertilizer input levels) were established

Effects of straw and biochar amendments on aggregate

Soil from the Loess Plateau of China is typically low in organic carbon and generally has poor aggregate stability.Application of organic amendments to these soils could help to increase and sustain soil organic matter levels and thus to enhance soil aggregate stability.A field experiment was carried out to evaluate the effect of the application of wheat straw and wheat straw-derived biochar Effects of straw and biochar amendments on aggregate Soil from the Loess Plateau of China is typically low in organic carbon and generally has poor aggregate stability.Application of organic amendments to these soils could help to increase and sustain soil organic matter levels and thus to enhance soil aggregate stability.A field experiment was carried out to evaluate the effect of the application of wheat straw and wheat straw-derived biochar Effects of straw and biochar amendments on aggregate Feb 23,2017 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#0183;A field experiment was carried out to evaluate the effect of the application of wheat straw and wheat straw-derived biochar (pyrolyzed at 350-550 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#176;C) amendments on soil aggregate stability,soil organic carbon (SOC),and enzyme activities in a representative Chinese Loess soil during summer maize and winter wheat growing season from 2013 to 2015.

Effects of straw and biochar amendments on aggregate

Feb 23,2017 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#0183;A field experiment was carried out to evaluate the effect of the application of wheat straw and wheat straw-derived biochar (pyrolyzed at 350-550 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#176;C) amendments on soil aggregate stability,soil organic carbon (SOC),and enzyme activities in a representative Chinese Loess soil during summer maize and winter wheat growing season from 2013 to 2015.Effects of nitrogen management and straw return on soil Jul 31,2018 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#0183;Consolidated SOC fractionation was used to evaluate the effects of N and straw on aggregateassociated C.Intramicroaggregate POM within macroaggregates is a good indicator of management on soil aggregate stability.Chemical N mixed with organic N and straw increased the amount and quality of SOC.Effects of nitrogen management and straw return on soil Consolidated SOC fractionation was used to evaluate the effects of N and straw on aggregateassociated C.Intramicroaggregate POM within macroaggregates is a good indicator of management on soil aggregate stability.Chemical N mixed with organic N and straw increased the amount and quality of SOC.

Effects of different tillage and straw systems on soil

Tillage and crop residue input are two important factors to effect on the distribution and stability of soil water- stable aggregation.The objective of this study was to evaluate the changes of Effects of different tillage and straw systems on soil Tillage and crop residue input are two important factors to effect on the distribution and stability of soil water- stable aggregation.The objective of this study was to evaluate the changes of Effect of straw returning on soil organic carbon in rice The method of straw returning has a great influence on soil organic carbon accumulation.Straw tumbling is more conducive to total organic carbon accumulation in the soil than is straw mulching,but straw mulching is more conducive to the accumulation of labile organic carbon (Wang,Wang, Tian,2014).Conventional mixedrotating straw has

Effect of straw returning on soil organic carbon in rice

The method of straw returning has a great influence on soil organic carbon accumulation.Straw tumbling is more conducive to total organic carbon accumulation in the soil than is straw mulching,but straw mulching is more conducive to the accumulation of labile organic carbon (Wang,Wang, Tian,2014).Conventional mixedrotating straw has Effect of straw management on carbon sequestration and Apr 01,2016 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#0183;1.Introduction.Soil is the largest reservoir of terrestrial organic carbon,containing approximately 1580 Gt C,which is 23 times as much as that stored in the atmosphere or terrestrial vegetation (Schimel,1995).A slight decrease in the soil organic carbon (SOC) stock could lead to huge increases in greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations in the atmosphere and contribute to globalCited by 3Publish Year 2020Author Bin Xue,Li Huang,Yanan Huang,Kashif Ali Kubar,Xiaokun Li,Jianwei LuStraw management influences the stabilization of organic The association of soil organic carbon (SOC) with Fe (oxyhydr)oxides is a major SOC stabilization process.However,the effects of straw incorporation on the role of Fe (oxyhydr)oxides in

Carbon stabilization in aggregate fractions responds to

May 01,2020 Straw management influences the stabilization of organic#0183;Straw input into soil is an agricultural management practice to increase the storage and stabilization of soil organic carbon (SOC).Soil aggregates are major sites for the sequestration of straw C.Scanty information is available on the C stabilization characteristics in aggregate fractions,and how they respond to straw input levels under different soil fertility levels.Author Huayan Zhang,Lingan Niu,Kelin Hu,Jinmin Hao,Fan Li,Zhuanqin Gao,Xiang WangPublish Year 2020(PDF) Influence of Tillage,Straw-Returning and Mineral Influence of Tillage,Straw-Returning and Mineral Fertilization on the Stability and Associated Organic Content of Soil Aggregates in the North China Plain July 2020 Agronomy 10(7):951Agronomy Free Full-Text Influence of Tillage,Straw Influence of Tillage,Straw-Returning and Mineral Fertilization on the Stability and Associated Organic Content of Soil Aggregates in the North China Plain by Huayan Zhang 1,2 ,Lingan Niu 1,3,* ,Kelin Hu 1 ,Jinmin Hao 1,2 ,Fan Li 1 ,Zhuanqin Gao 1,2 and Xiang Wang 1,*

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The choice of cultivation system in arable agriculture exerts a strong influence not only on soil health and crop productivity but also on the wider environment.Conservation tillage using non-inversion methods conserves soil carbon,reduces erosion risk and enhances soil quality.In addition,conservation tillage has been shown to sequester more carbon within the soil than inversion tillage (PDF) Influence of Tillage,Straw-Returning and Mineral Influence of Tillage,Straw-Returning and Mineral Fertilization on the Stability and Associated Organic Content of Soil Aggregates in the North China Plain July 2020 Agronomy 10(7):951

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