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Title: The effect of organic and conventional cropping systems on CO2 emission from agricultural soils: preliminary results
Authors: Mancinelli, Roberto
Campiglia, Enio
Di Tizio, Alessandra
Lagomarsino, Alessandra
Grego, Stefano
Keywords: Conventional management
Organic management
Soil CO2 emission
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: PAGEpress
Citation: Mancinelli R. et al. 2007. The effect of organic and conventional cropping systems on CO2 emission from agricultural soils: preliminary results. "Italian Journal of Agronomy" 57(2): 151-155.
Abstract: The effects of different agricultural systems on soil organic carbon content and CO2 emission are investigated in this work. In a long-term experiment a conventional system, characterized by traditional agricultural practices (as deep tillage and chemical input) was compared with an organic one, including minimum tillage, green manure and organic fertilizers. Both systems have a three-year crop rotation including pea – durum wheat – tomato; the organic system is implemented with the introduction
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1942
ISSN: 2039-6805
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