Change of the Microorganisms Quantity in Irrigative Gleyey-Yellow under Vegetable Soils

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The results of the long-term investigations in dynamics for study of the conditions of taxonomic groups of microorganisms of irrigated gleyey-yellow soils of the subtropical zone under vegetable crops in rotation with the continuous growing of these cultures have been presented. The results of the researches study demonstrated an important vibration of the microorganisms quantity under growing cultures happens. The most quantity of microorganisms, consuming organic nitrogen is observed in irrigative gleyey-yellow soils of the humid subtropical zone. Intensity of mineralization of organic matters was lower in irrigative gleyey-yellow soils. A quantity of microorganisms was lower, but a coefficient of mineralization was higher under continuous cultures as compared the analogous soils under crop rotation. These data show that a type of the soil influence on the rhizosphere microflora insignificantly, while plant shows a significant effect on its quantity and compositions.

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N. Orudzheva, "Change of the Microorganisms Quantity in Irrigative Gleyey-Yellow under Vegetable Soils," American Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol. 3 No. 12, 2012, pp. 1746-1751. doi: 10.4236/ajps.2012.312213.

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