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Response of soil-wheat ecosystem to soil magnetization and related ecological indicators


, : Response of soil-wheat ecosystem to soil magnetization and related ecological indicators. Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 15(11): 2045-2048

By using outdoor pot-culture method combined with biological magnetic effect analysis, this paper studied the effect of soil magnetization on soil-wheat ecosystem health. It was showed that there was an improvement in soil-wheat ecosystem health after soil magnetization, e.g., the germination of wheat seeds promoted, and the seedling height, individuals of leaves and roots, overall and active absorption area of roots and their absorption rates, and biological yield of mature wheat were increased. The ecological indicators of magnetic health effect were also discussed. 200 mT was the best parameter of magnetic treatment for wheat growth.

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