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Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod

2017-1-30  A 3-year experiment compared in an olive orchard the effect of different cover crops’ composition on runoff, water erosion, diversity of annual plants, and arthropod communities which could provide an alternative to conventional management based on tillage (CT). The cover crops evaluated were a seeded homogeneous grass (GC), a seeded mix of ten different species

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Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod

It is suggested that heterogeneous cover crops can provide a viable alternative to homogeneous ones in olives, providing similar benefits in reducing runoff and soil losses compared to management based on bare soil. A 3-year experiment compared in an olive orchard the effect of different cover crops’ composition on runoff, water erosion, diversity of annual plants, and

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Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod

2020-12-13  The reduction in soil loss was particularly large: 46.7 in CT to 6.5 and 7.9 t ha year in GC and MC, respectively. The heterogeneous cover crops resulted in greater diversity of plant species and a modification of the arthropod communities with an

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Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod

2018-1-1  Request PDF Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod communities under heterogeneous cover crops in an olive orchard A 3-year experiment compared in an olive orchard the effect of ...

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Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod

Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod communities under heterogeneous cover crops in an olive orchard Author: José Alfonso Gómez, Mercedes Campos, Gema Guzmán, Franco Castillo-Llanque, Tom Vanwalleghem, Ángel Lora, Juan V. Giráldez Source: Environmental science and pollution research international 2018 v.25 no.2 pp. 977-989 ...

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Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod

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Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod

2017-1-30  A 3-year experiment compared in an olive orchard the effect of different cover crops’ composition on runoff, water erosion, diversity of annual plants, and a... Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod communities under heterogeneous cover crops in an olive orchard

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Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod

Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod communities under heterogeneous cover crops in an olive orchard . Abstract A 3-year experiment compared in an olive orchard the effect of different cover crops’ composition on runoff, water erosion, diversity of annual plants, and arthropod communities which could provide an alternative to conventional management based

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Plant diversity controls arthropod biomass and temporal

2012-10-1  We used structural equation models to examine these relationships in a long-term experiment manipulating plant diversity and enumerating the arthropod community response. ... Our results demonstrate that extinction or invasion of plant species can resonate via biomass and energy flux to control diversity, production and stability of both plant ...

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Frontiers Vineyard Management and Its Impacts on Soil

8 小时前  Healthy soils form the basis of sustainable viticulture, where soil characteristics have a direct impact on wine quantity and quality. Soil not only provides water and nutrients to vines, but is also a living medium containing micro- and macroorganisms that perform many ecological functions and provide ecosystem services. These organisms are involved in many processes,

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Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod

A 3-year experiment compared in an olive orchard the effect of different cover crops’ composition on runoff, water erosion, diversity of annual plants, and arthropod communities which could provide an alternative to conventional management based on tillage (CT). The cover crops evaluated were a seeded homogeneous grass (GC), a seeded mix of ten different species

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DIGITAL.CSIC: Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and

2020-12-13  This study has been possible thanks to the support of Syngenta from 2002 to 2013, through projects ProTerra I, II and Biosuelo. Since 2009, some additional measurements and analysis have been possible to support by the projects P08-AGR-03643, P12-AGR-931, AGL2015-65036-C3-1, RESEL (Spanish Ministry for Environment and Rural and Marine

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Soil erosion control, plant diversity, and arthropod

2020-12-13  This study has been possible thanks to the support of Syngenta from 2002 to 2013, through projects ProTerra I, II and Biosuelo. Since 2009, some additional measurements and analysis have been possible to support by the projects P08-AGR-03643, P12-AGR-931, AGL2015-65036-C3-1, RESEL (Spanish Ministry for Environment and Rural and Marine

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Soil Erosion Control - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Reza Babazadeh, Meisam Shamsi, in Advanced Biofuels, 2019. 3.2.2.1 Soil erosion control and improved water infiltration. One of the reasons which make Jatropha curcas to become one of the world's most sustainable biofuel feedstock is its suitability to grow on arid land and its important role in soil erosion control.Consisting of one taproot and four perpendicularly oriented laterals,

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Plant diversity effects on arthropods and arthropod

2018-2-1  Several classic hypotheses describe how increasing plant diversity should affect consumer communities and thereby ecosystem functions that they drive (Table 1, left column).The hypotheses can be broadly categorized as “Associational effects” hypotheses (reviewed in Barbosa et al., 2009; Underwood, Inouye, Hambäck, 2014).However, these hypotheses are

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10 Plants That Fight Soil Erosion and Add Color

2021-3-11  The best plants for erosion control are those ground covers or shrubs that are vigorous, attractive, and have a root system effective at holding back soil on a hill. They should have spreading foliage to slow the velocity of heavy

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Reducing soil erosion by improving community functional

2015-4-18  Great efforts have been made to control soil erosion by restoring plant communities in degraded ecosystems world-wide. However, soil erosion has not been substantially reduced mainly because current restoration strategies lead to large areas of mono-specific vegetation, which are inefficient in reducing soil erosion because of their simple canopy and root structure.

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Garden Erosion Control Plants for Slopes and

2019-6-28  Marginal Woodfern. Garden Erosion Control Plants for Slopes and Banks – Marginal Woodfern. Marginal Woodfern is also known as Dryopteris marginalis. An evergreen fern has rich, blue-green color fronds. Grows in

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Frontiers Vineyard Management and Its Impacts on Soil

8 小时前  Healthy soils form the basis of sustainable viticulture, where soil characteristics have a direct impact on wine quantity and quality. Soil not only provides water and nutrients to vines, but is also a living medium containing micro- and macroorganisms that perform many ecological functions and provide ecosystem services. These organisms are involved in many processes,

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생물학적으로 다양한 생태계 서비스 대 관행농업 체계

2013-3-23  Next we cover control of weeds, plant pathogens, and arthropod pests. We continue with pollination services, and then with climate-related services, including carbon sequestration, energy-use efficiency/reduction of global-warming potential, and the resistance and resilience of farming systems to extreme weather events.

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Erosion Control Soil Health

Overview The top 6-8" of soil (or topsoil) is uniquely able to support plant and microbial life. But topsoil can be depleted by wind or water erosion and poor management, leading to lower productivity and environmental issues. Erosion continues to be a Critical Concern in Ohio to support healthy soils and water quality. Key Strategies Minimal disturbance – Using fewer

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Plant diversity effects on arthropods and arthropod

2018-2-1  Historically, arthropod driven functions, such as herbivory and pest-control, have been thought to be influenced by direct and indirect associations among species. ... Although a number of studies have evaluated how plant diversity affects arthropod communities and arthropod-mediated ecosystem processes, it remains unclear whether diversity ...

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Congruence Between Arthropod and Plant Diversity in a

The effectiveness of plant diversity as a surrogate for arthropod diversity was assessed in natural areas in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, a floral endemism hotspot in the Cape Floristic Region (CFR), South Africa. Arthropods and plants were sampled across 30 topographically heterogeneous sites in a spatially nested design. The relationship ...

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Plants For Erosion Control (10 Plants That Prevent Soil

2 天前  In this article, we’ll talk about 10 plants that prevent soil erosion. We’ll also take a look at what they need for light, water, and other important growth factors. Let’s get started. 10 Plants That Prevent Soil Erosion (Plants For Erosion Control) There are plenty of plants that prevent soil erosion, but here are 10 to start with: Ditch ...

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Soil and Foliar Arthropod Abundance and Diversity in Five

2017-8-1  The objective of this study was to evaluate system level management effects on soil and foliar arthropod abundance and diversity in corn and soybean. Our field experiment was a completely randomized block design with three replicates for five farming systems which included: Conventional clean till, conventional long rotation, conventional no ...

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Garden Erosion Control Plants for Slopes and

2019-6-28  Marginal Woodfern. Garden Erosion Control Plants for Slopes and Banks – Marginal Woodfern. Marginal Woodfern is also known as Dryopteris marginalis. An evergreen fern has rich, blue-green color fronds. Grows in

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Erosion reduces soil microbial diversity, network

2021-3-12  Soil erosion has been identified as one of the greatest challenges for soil health and sustainable development [1,2,3,4].Soil erosion has been accelerated by

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Plant quantity and quality regulate the diversity of

2020-12-13  Our findings demonstrate that plant quantity and quality can independently control richness and abundance of arthropod communities. The changes in plant productivity and nutrient content of different plant species may alter arthropod diversity and community structure, and these changes in turn may have strong cascading effects on multiple ...

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Metabarcoding Malaise traps and soil eDNA reveals

2021-5-18  Influence of sample type on community composition. In total, 55 arthropod species were present in both soil samples and Malaise traps, accounting for 11.8% of all arthropod species detected (464 ...

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Frontiers Vineyard Management and Its Impacts on Soil

8 小时前  Healthy soils form the basis of sustainable viticulture, where soil characteristics have a direct impact on wine quantity and quality. Soil not only provides water and nutrients to vines, but is also a living medium containing micro- and macroorganisms that perform many ecological functions and provide ecosystem services. These organisms are involved in many processes,

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