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Piotr Zydlik, Zofia Zydlik
Impact of biological effective microorganisms (EM) preparations on some physico-chemical properties of soil and the vegetative growth of apple-tree rootstocks
Summary. Effect of preparations from Effective Microorganisms (EM) group on physico-chemical soil property changes as well as on the vegetative growth of apple-tree rootstock M.9 has been estimated. Among the tested preparations, a mixture of EM-A and EM-5 has shown to be the most effective one. Its application caused a distinct acceleration of organic matter mineralization in the soil, it increased the volume of the root system of rootstocks and increased the growth of the assimilative surface of leaves.
Key words: EM preparations, M.9 rootstock, physico-chemical properties of soil, vegetative growth
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MLA Zydlik, Piotr, and Zofia Zydlik. "Impact of biological effective microorganisms (EM) preparations on some physico-chemical properties of soil and the vegetative growth of apple-tree rootstocks." Nauka Przyr. Technol. 2.1 (2008): #4.
APA Piotr Zydlik, Zofia Zydlik (2008). Impact of biological effective microorganisms (EM) preparations on some physico-chemical properties of soil and the vegetative growth of apple-tree rootstocks. Nauka Przyr. Technol. 2 (1), #4
ISO 690 ZYDLIK, Piotr, ZYDLIK, Zofia. Impact of biological effective microorganisms (EM) preparations on some physico-chemical properties of soil and the vegetative growth of apple-tree rootstocks. Nauka Przyr. Technol., 2008, 2.1: #4.
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Piotr Zydlik
Piotr Zydlik
Katedra Ochrony i Kształtowania Środowiska
Akademia Rolnicza im. Augusta Cieszkowskiego
ul. Dąbrowskiego 159
60-594 Poznań
Poland
e-mail: piotriw@au.poznan.pl
Accepted for print: 29.11.2007