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Phosphorus Availabilities Differ between Cropland and Forestland in Shelterbelt Systems
Shelterbelt systems play pivotal roles in providing goods and services to the rural community and the society at large, but phosphorus (P) cycling in shelterbelt systems is poorly studied, while P cycling and availability would be linked to the ecological function and services of shelterbelt systems. This study was conducted to understand how long-term (>30 years) land-use between cropland and forestland in shelterbelt systems affect soil P status. We investigated modified Kelowna (PKelowna)doi:10.3390/f10111001 fatcat:eefx7lqt6nftxgkrcsulvnyiw4