Influence of the microbiological activity on the soil aggregate stability
N. Rampazzo 1,   A. Mentler 1,   D. Tscherko 1,   M. Pfeffer 1,   W.E.H. Blum 1
 
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Institute of Soil Research, University of Agriculture, Gregor-Mendel-StraBe 33, A-l 180 Vienna, Austria
 
Int. Agrophys. 1995, 9(2): 125–129
 
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The influence of the microbiological activity on the soil aggregate stability of a silty Chernozem was investigated by promoting the microbial activity through D-glucose solution. After 2 weeks of incubation the microbial activity reached 300 % of the initial value, whereas the soil aggregate stability was triplicated. The effect of aggregate stabilization by fungal biomass was higher than the one due to bacterial biomass.
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