2023
DOI: 10.3390/agriculture13050969
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Effect of Microbial Preparation and Biomass Incorporation on Soil Biological and Chemical Properties

Abstract: In order to meet the global nutritional needs of a growing population, attempts are being made to develop strategies that can effectively offset the negative effects of intensive farming. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of Effective Microorganisms (EM) preparation and organic matter incorporation on the soil microbiological and chemical features. The analyses included the number of heterotrophic bacteria, fungi, actinobacteria, cellulolytic, amylolytic and proteolytic microorganisms, and ba… Show more

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“…In a number of EU countries (Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland), microbial preparations have become a complementary component of organic technology [26,27].…”
Section: Discussion Of Results Of Investigating the Preservation Of F...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In a number of EU countries (Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland), microbial preparations have become a complementary component of organic technology [26,27].…”
Section: Discussion Of Results Of Investigating the Preservation Of F...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In that research, whole residues (stalks + roots) were incorporated in the soil, so it could be assumed that the greater cellulose amount was incorporated in the M variant than in variants with living CCs (C1–C6), giving an advantage to cellulolytic microorganisms over time, i.e., to autumn. Breza-Boruta and Bauza-Kaszewska (2023) underlined the synergistic effect of microorganisms from bio-fertilizers and organic matter in soil on microbial communities, indicating variability in crop response to bio-fertilizer application and soil status. The prolonged effects of CCs and CCs+BF were not covered in this study, which could present the potential for further research, with a retrospective view on crop rotation where some additional synergic effects could be achieved.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%