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Effects of tillage practices on soil enzyme activities and nematode communities during the growth of maize (Zea may L.)


, : Effects of tillage practices on soil enzyme activities and nematode communities during the growth of maize (Zea may L.). World Journal of Agricultural Sciences 2(3): 259-266

A field experiment was carried out at the Shenyang Experimental Station of Ecology (CAS) in order to determine the effects of conventional tillage (CT), no-tillage (NT) and fallow on soil enzyme activities and nematode communities in an aquic brown soil during the maize (Zea may L.) growing season. The results showed that activities of invertase, urease, acid phosphatase, arylsulfatase and dehydrogenase were significantly higher under NT than under CT across different growth stages.

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