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increasing volumetric proportions (10%, 20%, and 40%) of organic matter plus an industry standard control (Rooflite™) following the ( A ) first, ( B ) second, and ( C ) third 100-mL irrigation events imitating a 1.27 cm 1-h rain event. Means (n = 6) are shown

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can be extracted by plant roots. This range varies markedly based on soil properties, including organic matter content, texture, and mineralogy. The high surface area and hydrophilic nature of most soil organic matter result in very high total and

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greenhouses soils ( Ju et al., 2007 ). The high application rate of different manures significantly increases the organic matter contents in the greenhouse soil ( Shi et al., 2009 ; Zhou et al., 2010 ). High temperature and optimum soil moisture in the

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distinctively different from highbush blueberry in its ability to withstand high temperatures and lower organic matter soils. Rabbiteye blueberry is relatively high yielding, with commercial yields in the range of 5000 to 8000 lb/acre typical on well

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nitrifying bacteria in an organic farming soil Soil Biol. Biochem. 40 1836 1845 Roux-Michollet, D. Dudal, Y. Jocteur-Monrozier, L. Czarnes, S. 2010 Steam treatment of surface soil: How does it affect water-soluble organic matter, C mineralization, and

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ridges to which pecans are adapted in their native range along the Mississippi River Valley and its tributaries along with streams in Oklahoma, Texas, and Mexico, typically consist of deep, well-drained soils high in organic matter and natural fertility

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( Table 1 ), but the soil in this experiment is generally medium- to high-fertility [adequate to high levels of organic matter, P, and K ( Table 2 )]. We found that the combination of N and P in the transplant solution resulted in greater early season

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organic matter (SOM) content of most soils (less than 10 g·kg −1 ) and unpredictable N mineralization patterns from organic fertilizers and SOM ( Cherr et al., 2007 ). Integrating cover crops into crop rotation may help build SOM while improving other soil

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contain low amounts of soil organic matter (OM) and nutrients (particularly nitrogen and phosphorus) ( Jim, 1998 ). As a result, the urban soil environment is usually not conducive to healthy root growth and function, which could lead to problems with

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., 2005 ) or glucose ( Mondini et al., 2006 )]. This new energy source enhances microbial growth and humification of soil organic matter, which in turn improves the mineral- and water-holding capacity of soil. This process is recognized in the literature

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