Earthworm species effect on Lolium perenne phosphorus uptake: a field experiment

Abstract : Phosphorus (P) is one of the most important nutrients for plant growth. Although P can be present in large amounts in soil, it is often not available for plant uptake because of chemical immobilizations. Earthworms (EW) have been shown under controlled conditions to make this P temporarily available for plant uptake through various pathways, but this has never been corroborated in the field. We set up an experiment to determine the effects of different EW species on P uptake of L. perenne on a soil with a low P status under field conditions.
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Laura Ferron. Earthworm species effect on Lolium perenne phosphorus uptake: a field experiment. Life Sciences [q-bio]. 2018. ⟨dumas-02080794⟩

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