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Effect of Winter Crop Species on Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Colonization and Subsequent Soybean Yields
Plant Production Science
We evaluated how the cultivation of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) host (wheat) and non-host (rapeseed) crops affects the subsequent soybean crop by assessing AMF spore density and AMF colonization, phosphorus (P) uptake by soybean and yields of soybean over a 4-year period. Every year wheat or rapeseed was cultivated from autumn to spring and soybean from spring to autumn. From the first to fourth year, AMF spore density was higher in the plot after the cultivation of wheat (wheat plot)doi:10.1626/pps.17.260 fatcat:4i34dfxvnbfnfi2soc6akf7lcu