|Lead Researcher||Tim Dumonceaux|
|Start Date||April 2018|
|End Date||March 2021|
While the effects of disease on crop productivity can be immediately apparent with shortened rotations, negative impacts on soil properties such as a balance nutrient cycling and soil biology are more difficult to recognize.
Relate nutrient flux differences in long-term canola frequency treatments to corresponding changes in microbial community structure and functional potential.
This section will be updated upon completion of the project.
This project will provide new knowledge of the impacts of short rotation canola on soil properties and the microorganisms that associate with canola roots, ultimately affecting crop productivity and profitability.
Keywords: microorganisms, Rotations, Nutrients, Soil, Soil health, Soil biology
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