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Functions of Natural Organic Matter in Changing Environment
Commercially available lignite-derived amendments, sold mainly as humate preparations, have been promoted as plant growth stimulants leading to higher crop yields. These products are also claimed to improve soil properties such as pH. This study investigated the effect of application rate of three lignite-derived amendments on the earlystage growth of a pasture legume, lucerne (Medicago sativa), and soil health in a soil type common to south eastern Australia, in a glasshouse setting. Andoi:10.1007/978-94-007-5634-2_201 fatcat:ervlr4ho3bhpvp3jufljtdt7ri