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Effet of exogenous matter on soil biodiversity and ecosystem services in tomato plantations

Abstract : The objective of this study was to investigate the impact of chemical fertilizers, compost and vermicompost on key ecosystem services (primary production, nutrient recycling and decomposition of organic matter) provided by soil biodiversity in tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum) plantations. The availability of nutrients was not identical for all treatments based on the decomposition of organic matter. We observed that plants, which were treated with vermicompost and compost, had an easily access to nutrients especially for the P. These plants had a tendency to accumulate more nutrients in fruits compared to plants which were treated with chemical fertilizers.
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Coraline Moulin, Victor Vaillant, Philippe Julianus, Chantal Flereau, Pascale Bade, et al.. Effet of exogenous matter on soil biodiversity and ecosystem services in tomato plantations. 52. Annual meeting of the Caribbean Food Crops Society (CFCS), Jul 2016, Le Gosier, Guadeloupe, France. CFCS San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00940. ⟨hal-03170026⟩

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