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Soil Physico-Chemical Properties and Characteristics of Microbial Distribution in the Continuous Cropped Field with Paeonia lactiflora
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Soil Physico-Chemical Properties and Characteristics of Microbial Distribution in the Continuous Cropped Field with Paeonia lactiflora
Park, Jun-Hong; Seo, Yeong-Jin; Choi, Seong-Yong; Zhang, Yong-Sun; Ha, Sang-Keun; Kim, Jang-Eok;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to obtain the information about injury caused by continuous cropping of peony (Paeonia lactiflora). Soil physico-chemical properties, characteristics of microbial distribution and diversities in the continuous cropped field with peony were analyzed. As the results, pH and organic matter content were higher in the continuous cropping soil than those in the first cropping soil. Bulk density was decreased but porosity was increased in the continuous cropping soil. As the cultivation period was lengthened in years, the populations of bacteria and actinomyces were gradually decreased, whereas fungal population was increased. It was shown that the metabolic diversity patterns of the microbial communities in the continuous cropping soil differed from that of the first cropping soil. These results indicate that deterioration of soil quality such as physico-chemical properties including a soil depth, bulk density, porosity and soil pH is related with a continuous cultivation periods, and also affect a microbial population, especially fungi.
 Keywords
Peony;Continuous Cropping;Soil physico-chemical properties;Microbial population;
 Language
Korean
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인삼 논재배 연작지에서 윤작물 재배가 토양화학성, 토양 미생물상 및 2년생 인삼의 생육에 미치는 영향,이성우;박경훈;이승호;장인복;;

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