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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2020
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Gheorghe Stegarescu; Jordi Escuer-Gatius; Kaido Soosaar; Karin Kauer; Tõnu Tõnutare; Alar Astover; Endla Reintam;
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    Publisher: MDPI
    Project: EC | iSQAPER (635750)

    The decomposition of fresh crop residues added to soil for agricultural purposes is complex. This is due to different factors that influence the decomposition process. In field conditions, the incorporation of crop residues into soil does not always have a positive effe...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Authors:
    Mihkel Are; Tanel Kaart; A. Selge; Alar Astover; Endla Reintam;
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    Project: EC | iSQAPER (635750)

    Soil water-stable aggregate (WSA) stability is one of the most important indicators of soil health, because it influences chemical, biological and other physical properties. At the same time, WSA formation, stabilization and degradation are also some of the most complex...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2020
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    Authors:
    I. Keres; Maarika Alaru; Liina Talgre; Anne Luik; Viacheslav Eremeev; Andres Sats; Ivi Jõudu; Anu Riisalu; Evelin Loit;
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    Project: EC | VALORTECH (810630)

    E) on Stagnic Luvisol soil. The weather conditions during the grain filling period of winter wheat had a strong impact (p &lt

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    M. Are; K. Kauer; T. Kaart; A. Selge; A. Astover; E. Reintam;
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    Publisher: Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
    Project: EC | iSQAPER (635750)

    Soil formation on the human time scale is immensely time consuming, although it can be significantly accelerated through the effects of vegetation. The content of water-stable aggregates (WSAs) is a useful indicator for determining both the soil development level and th...

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