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    • Soil porosity characteristics and water movement under zero tillage in silty soils in Argentinian Pampas 

      Sasal, Maria Carolina; Andriulo, Adrian Enrique; Taboada, M.A. (Elsevier, 2006-05)
      The objective of this study was to identify pore characteristics (quantity, distribution, stability and orientation of pores) that condition water dynamics under continuous zero tillage (ZT) on silty soils of the Argentinian ...
    • Soil properties evaluation in horticultural farms of Florencio Varela, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

      Paladino, Ileana Ruth; Sokolowski, Ana Clara; Irigoin, Julieta; Rodríguez, Hernán A.; Gagey, María Cristina; Barrios, Mónica Beatriz; De Grazia, Javier; Debelis, Silvina; Wolski José Enrique; Buján, Alfonso (Springer, 2018-06)
      The south of the green belt of Buenos Aires is one of the most important producers of fresh vegetables in the province. Only few of the horticultural farmers receive professional agronomic advice. For this reason, an excess ...
    • Soil properties of sugarcane fields controlling triazine leaching potential. 

      Portocarrero, Rocio; Aparicio, Virginia Carolina; De Geronimo, Eduardo; Costa, Jose Luis (CSIRO PUBLISHING, 2019-08-21)
      Atrazine and ametryn are pre- and post-emergence herbicides widely used in sugarcane fields. Both herbicides are characterized by their moderate to high mobility in soil and are regarded as a threat to hydrologic systems. ...
    • Soil quality and productivity under zero tillage and grazing on Mollisols in Argentina – A long-term study 

      Fernandez, Romina; Frasier, Ileana; Noellemeyer, Elke; Quiroga, Alberto Raul (2017-12)
      The growing global demand for food, fibers and energy has triggered a scientific and political debate on how to attain increasing land productivity without further degrading soils. The objective of this study was to quantify ...
    • Soil quality effects on Chenopodium album flavonoid content and antioxidant potential 

      Chludil, Hugo Daniel; Corbino, Graciela Beatriz; Leicach, Silvia R. (2008)
      Antioxidant capacity, total phenolic content and flavonoid glycosides profile were compared in C. album samples grown in intensively cultivated (IC) and nondisturbed (ND) soils to evaluate differences in their nutraceutical ...
    • Soil quality impacts of current South American agricultural practices 

      Wingeyer, Ana Beatriz; Amado, Telmo Jorge Carneiro; Pérez Bidegain, Mario; Studdert, Guillermo; Perdomo Varela, Carlos Honorio; García, Fernando O.; Karlen, Douglas L. (Society for Urban Ecology, 2015)
      Increasing global demand for oil seeds and cereals during the past 50 years has caused an expansion in the cultivated areas and resulted in major soil management and crop production changes throughout Bolivia, Paraguay, ...
    • Soil quality indicators selection by mixed models and multivariate techniques in deforested areas for agricultural use in NW of Chaco, Argentina 

      Rojas, Julieta Mariana; Prause, Juan; Sanzano, Gerardo Agustín; Arce, Osvaldo Ernesto Antonio; Sanchez, Maria Cristina (2016-01)
      Soil quality (SQ) is a multidimensional concept based on the use of indicators. Indicators integrated assessment gives much more information than individual data and a select set of parameters; solve operational and economic ...
    • Soil respiration in Patagonian semiarid grasslands under contrasting environmental and use conditions 

      Peri, Pablo Luis; Bahamonde, Héctor Alejandro; Christiansen, Rodolfo (Elsevier, 2015-08)
      Grasslands comprise 85% of Southern Patagonia land area and play a critical role in the global carbon cycle. We evaluated seasonal dynamics to identify differences in soil respiration rates between contrasting grasslands ...
    • Soil salinization in Patagonian meadows with different grassland condition 

      Cremona, Maria Victoria; Enriquez, Andrea Soledad (2018-08)
      Patagonian meadows (locally named “mallines”) are wetlands that develop in the lower parts of the landscape, were runoff water accumulates, and organic and humid soils appear, contrasting with the surrounding steppe. An ...
    • Soil stabilisation by water repellency under no-till management for soils with contrasting mineralogy and carbon quality 

      Behrends Kraemer, Filipe; Hallett, Paul D.; Morras, Hector; Garibaldi, Lucas Alejandro; Cosentino, Diego Julian; Duval, Matías; Galantini, Juan (Elsevier, 2019-08-23)
      No-till soil management is common around the globe, but the impacts on soil structural quality varies depending on cropping practice and inherent soil properties. This study explored water repellency as a driver of soil ...
    • Soil type, land-use and -management as drivers of root-C inputs and soil C storage in the semiarid pampa region, Argentina 

      Frasier, Ileana; Quiroga, Alberto Raul; Fernandez, Romina; Alvarez, Cristian; Gomez, Florencia; Noellemeyer, Elke; Scherger, Eric Daniel; Gili, Adriana (Elsevier, 2019-09-01)
      The objective of the study was to assess the effect of soil type, land-use and -management on root-C inputs and soil carbon storage in the central semiarid pampa region, Argentina. Twenty-one sites were assessed with ...
    • Soil variability and crop yield gaps in two village landscapes of Burkina Faso 

      Diarisso, Tidiane; Corbeels, Marc; Andrieu, Nadine; Djamen, Patrice; Douzet, Jean-Marie; Tittonell, Pablo Adrian (Springer, 2016-07)
      Low crop yields in the savannah zones of West Africa are commonly attributed to rainfall deficits and poor soil fertility. In this study, an assessment was made on how the position of fields belonging to different farm ...
    • Soil volume and carbon storage shifts in drained and afforested wetlands of the Paraná River Delta 

      Ceballos, Dario Sebastian; Frangi, Jorge L.; Jobbagy Gampel, Esteban Gabriel (2013-03)
      Wetland ecosystems have a high carbon storage potential as a result of high primary productivity and low decomposition rates dictated by water saturation. In the herbaceous wetlands of the Paraná River Delta, drainage and ...
    • Soja : comportamiento varietal - Campaña 2019/20 

      Mousegne, Fernando Jorge; Jecke, Fernando Ariel; Paolilli, Maria Cecilia; Dome, M. (EEA Pergamino, INTA, 2020-07)
      El constante mejoramiento genético realizado por la industria semillera en el cultivo de soja genera una amplia oferta de variedades con diversos grupos de madurez y eventos genéticos que requiere disponer de mayor información ...
    • Soja : Uso de dolomita en soja. Resultado en el partido de Bolívar 

      Perez, Gonzalo Antonio; Gomez, F. (AER Bolivar, EEA Pergamino, INTA, 2019-09)
      Los sistemas agrícolas en la región pampeana se caracterizan por generar balances negativos de los nutrientes del suelo, a partir de la extracción por la cosecha de grano. La mayoría de los planteos de fertilización ...
    • Soja brotada en la nutrición de aves 

      Cabrera, Alberto Mariano; Iglesias, Bernardo Fabricio; Azcona, Jorge Oscar; Charriere, Maria Viviana; Chale, Julieta; Morao, L. (Cámara Argentina de Empresas de Nutrición Animal, 2017-06)
      La cosecha gruesa de la campaña 2015/16 fue afectada por precipitaciones intensas que ocasionaron anegamiento de cultivos y, en consecuencia, el brotado de granos de soja en planta. Ante esta situación surgió la necesidad ...
    • Soja de alto rendimiento: ganancia genética y limitación por nitrógeno 

      Ortez, O.A.; Salvagiotti, Fernando; Enrico, Juan Martin; Ciampitti, Ignacio A. (IPNI, 2017-12)
      La mejora genética del rendimiento de soja desde la década de 1980 hasta la del 2010 representó 30% promediando en sitios ubicados en los Estados Unidos y Argentina. Para todas las pocas de liberación, la fertilización ...
    • Soja en Norpatagonia: ¿por qué y cómo incluirla en los sistemas de producción? 

      D' Onofrio, Mariano Sebastian; Gutierrez, Magalí; Madias, Andrés (2017)
      La inclusión de leguminosas es clave en los planteos productivos de la región y la soja es uno de los cultivos que facilita su incorporación.
    • Soja: Comportamiento varietal ante diferentes opciones de manejo 

      Torrens, Baudrix Lisandro; Ventimiglia, Luis Alberto (AER 9 de Julio, EEA Pergamino, INTA, 2020-07)
      Contar con información del comportamiento de los cultivares de soja presentes en el mercado previo a una nueva campaña, es una herramienta muy valorada por productores y técnicos a la hora de tomar la decisión de cuál de ...
    • Soja: Los micro y algo más… 

      Ventimiglia, Luis Alberto; Torrens Baudrix, Lisandro (AER 9 de Julio, Estación Experimental Agropecuaria Pergamino, INTA, 2018-11)
      La necesidad de aportar nutrientes a los cultivos debería ir de la mano del potencial productivo del lote, o para englobarlo más ampliamente, del ambiente que el cultivo tiene. Además de las condiciones ambientales propiamente ...