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Effect of Different Cultivation Systems on Soil Glomalin Content and Nutrient Uptake of Strawberry in Controlled Horticultural Land
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Effect of Different Cultivation Systems on Soil Glomalin Content and Nutrient Uptake of Strawberry in Controlled Horticultural Land
Min, Se-Gyu; Lee, Seung-Ho; Nam, Sang-Hoe; Choi, Yong-Uk; Lee, Su-Yeol; Park, Su-Seon; Lee, Seong-Tae; Kim, Eon-Seok; Song, Won-Doo; Lee, Young-Han;
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 Abstract
Glomalin has important roles in soil aggregation in agricultural lands including controlled horticultural lands. The objective of this study was to measure total glomalin content of soils treated conventional farming system (CFS), conventional farming system without pesticides (CFSWP), and organic farming system (OFS) for strawberry cultivation under greenhouse in Goseong-gun, Korea. The average concentration of total glomalin in the soils was significantly higher in the OFS () compared to the CFS (). In addition, soil microbial biomass C content was 4.9 times higher in the OFS () compared to the CFS (). Nitrogen uptake rate of strawberry was higher in the OFS (52.4%) than that in the CFS (13.0%). Furthermore, yield of strawberry in OFS () was significantly higher compared to CFS ().
 Keywords
Organic farming;Total glomalin;Soil microbial biomass C;Strawberry;
 Language
Korean
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