Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment

(The median citation count of Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Managing riparian buffer strips to optimise ecosystem services: A review141
Effect of biochar and compost on soil properties and organic matter in aggregate size fractions under field conditions120
Agroforestry boosts soil health in the humid and sub-humid tropics: A meta-analysis119
Ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions from slurry storage - A review113
Carbon-nitrogen isotope coupling of soil organic matter in a karst region under land use change, Southwest China112
Agroforestry systems can mitigate the impacts of climate change on coffee production: A spatially explicit assessment in Brazil112
Residues of currently used pesticides in soils and earthworms: A silent threat?83
Accumulation of organic carbon in various soil aggregate sizes under different land use systems in a semi-arid environment82
Permanent grasslands in Europe: Land use change and intensification decrease their multifunctionality80
Ecological network construction of the heterogeneous agro-pastoral areas in the upper Yellow River basin79
Contrasting effects of straw and straw-derived biochar applications on soil carbon accumulation and nitrogen use efficiency in double-rice cropping systems78
Spatial scale effects of the variable relationships between landscape pattern and water quality: Example from an agricultural karst river basin, Southwestern China77
Soil organic carbon is affected by organic amendments, conservation tillage, and cover cropping in organic farming systems: A meta-analysis76
Worldwide importance of insect pollination in apple orchards: A review75
Biochar and vermicompost improve the soil properties and the yield and quality of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) grown in plastic shed soil continuously cropped for different years75
Global trends in the number and diversity of managed pollinator species73
Application of systematic strategy for agricultural non-point source pollution control in Yangtze River basin, China67
Rhizosphere effects promote soil aggregate stability and associated organic carbon sequestration in rocky areas of desertification66
Multiple long-term observations reveal a strategy for soil pH-dependent fertilization and fungal communities in support of agricultural production63
Global meta-analyses show that conservation tillage practices promote soil fungal and bacterial biomass63
Agricultural land use and management weaken the soil erosion induced by extreme rainstorms61
Effect of chemical fertilizer and straw-derived organic amendments on continuous maize yield, soil carbon sequestration and soil quality in a Chinese Mollisol60
Impacts of agronomic measures on crop, soil, and environmental indicators: A review and synthesis of meta-analysis59
Biochar alters soil microbial communities and potential functions 3–4 years after amendment in a double rice cropping system59
Landscape crop diversity and semi-natural habitat affect crop pollinators, pollination benefit and yield58
May conservation tillage enhance soil C and N accumulation without decreasing yield in intensive irrigated croplands? Results from an eight-year maize monoculture58
Changes in ecosystem service values in karst areas of China57
Manure application increases microbiome complexity in soil aggregate fractions: Results of an 18-year field experiment56
Paddy soils have a much higher microbial biomass content than upland soils: A review of the origin, mechanisms, and drivers56
Comprehensive assessment of the effects of nitrification inhibitor application on reactive nitrogen loss in intensive vegetable production systems55
Effects of long-term no tillage and straw return on greenhouse gas emissions and crop yields from a rice-wheat system in central China55
No-tillage with mulching improves maize yield in dryland farming through regulating soil temperature, water and nitrate-N55
Soil organic carbon sequestration in temperate agroforestry systems – A meta-analysis54
A global meta-analysis of grazing effects on plant richness54
Crop rotation history constrains soil biodiversity and multifunctionality relationships53
Agricultural and urban delivered nitrate pollution input to Mediterranean temporary freshwaters52
Effects of agricultural activities coupled with karst structures on riverine biogeochemical cycles and environmental quality in the karst region52
Intercropping increases soil extracellular enzyme activity: A meta-analysis52
Reducing ammonia volatilization and increasing nitrogen use efficiency in machine-transplanted rice with side-deep fertilization in a double-cropping rice system in Southern China52
Effect of grazing exclusion on nitrous oxide emissions during freeze-thaw cycles in a typical steppe of Inner Mongolia50
Soil carbon storage and mineralization rates are affected by carbon inputs rather than physical disturbance: Evidence from a 47-year tillage experiment49
Karst ecosystem and environment: Characteristics, evolution processes, and sustainable development49
Soil Acidification caused by excessive application of nitrogen fertilizer aggravates soil-borne diseases: Evidence from literature review and field trials49
Niche differentiation of comammox Nitrospira and canonical ammonia oxidizers in soil aggregate fractions following 27-year fertilizations48
Spatial patterns of county-level arable land productive-capacity and its coordination with land-use intensity in mainland China48
Long-term soil organic carbon dynamics in temperate cropland-grassland systems48
Four-year continuous residual effects of biochar application to a sandy loam soil on crop yield and N2O and NO emissions under maize-wheat rotation48
Soil properties and the growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and maize (Zea mays L.) in response to reed (phragmites communis) biochar use in a salt-affected soil in the Yellow River Delta47
The application of Bacillus Megaterium alters soil microbial community composition, bioavailability of soil phosphorus and potassium, and cucumber growth in the plastic shed system of North China47
Response of soil OC, N and P to land-use change and erosion in the black soil region of the Northeast China46
Annual intercropping suppresses weeds: A meta-analysis46
Soil carbon stocks in Indonesian (agro) forest transitions: Compaction conceals lower carbon concentrations in standard accounting46
Effects of biochar, compost and straw input on root exudation of maize (Zea mays L.): From function to morphology44
Agriculture driven nitrogen wet deposition in a karst catchment in southwest China44
Soil carbon sequestration by agroforestry systems in China: A meta-analysis44
Impacts of field-edge flower plantings on pollinator conservation and ecosystem service delivery – A meta-analysis43
Long-term effects of softwood biochar on soil physical properties, greenhouse gas emissions and crop nutrient uptake in two contrasting boreal soils43
A first-year melon/cowpea intercropping system improves soil nutrients and changes the soil microbial community43
Is tillage beneficial or detrimental for insect and slug management? A meta-analysis43
The impact of crop diversification, tillage and fertilization type on soil total microbial, fungal and bacterial abundance: A worldwide meta-analysis of agricultural sites43
Soil aggregates are key factors that regulate erosion-related carbon loss in citrus orchards of southern China: Bare land vs. grass-covered land43
Is organic agriculture in line with the EU-Nitrate directive? On-farm nitrate leaching from organic and conventional arable crop rotations43
Construction of an integrated technology system for control agricultural non-point source pollution in the Three Gorges Reservoir Areas42
Deficit irrigation and organic amendments can reduce dietary arsenic risk from rice: Introducing machine learning-based prediction models from field data42
Diverse herbaceous cover crops promote vineyard arthropod diversity across different management regimes41
Film mulching, residue retention and N fertilization affect ammonia volatilization through soil labile N and C pools41
Quantifying ecological and economic value of pest control services provided by bats in a vineyard landscape of central Chile41
Microbial assembly and association network in watermelon rhizosphere after soil fumigation for Fusarium wilt control41
Environmental soil quality and vegetable safety under current greenhouse vegetable production management in China40
Temperate agroforestry systems provide greater pollination service than monoculture40
How incorporation depth of corn straw affects straw decomposition rate and C&N release in the wheat-corn cropping system40
Enhancing the ecological services of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau’s grasslands through sustainable restoration and management in era of global change40
Global meta-analysis of nitrogen fertilizer use efficiency in rice, wheat and maize40
Increasing landscape complexity enhances species richness of farmland arthropods, agri-environment schemes also abundance – A meta-analysis39
Olive agroforestry can improve land productivity even under low water availability in the South Mediterranean39
Soil erosion leads to degradation of hydraulic properties in the agricultural region of Northeast China39
How far does the tree affect the crop in agroforestry? New spatial analysis methods in a Faidherbia parkland39
Phosphorus but not nitrogen addition significantly changes diazotroph diversity and community composition in typical karst grassland soil39
Effects of long-term biochar and biochar-based fertilizer application on brown earth soil bacterial communities39
Application of enhanced-efficiency nitrogen fertilizers reduces mineral nitrogen usage and emissions of both N2O and NH3 while sustaining yields in a wheat-rice rotation system38
Use of solid anaerobic digestate and no-tillage practice for restoring the fertility status of two Mediterranean orchard soils with contrasting properties37
Nitrogen leaching greatly impacts bacterial community and denitrifiers abundance in subsoil under long-term fertilization36
Restoring soil quality of woody agroecosystems in Mediterranean drylands through regenerative agriculture36
Productivity and quality of banana in response to chemical fertilizer reduction with bio-organic fertilizer: Insight into soil properties and microbial ecology36
Effects of biochar incorporation and fertilizations on nitrogen and phosphorus losses through surface and subsurface flows in a sloping farmland of Entisol36
Cover crop effects on maize drought stress and yield36
Apple pollination is ensured by wild bees when honey bees are drawn away from orchards by a mass co-flowering crop, oilseed rape35
Aboveground community composition and soil moisture play determining roles in restoring ecosystem multifunctionality of alpine steppe on Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau35
Field management practices drive ecosystem multifunctionality in a smallholder-dominated agricultural system35
Long-term fertilisation reveals close associations between soil organic carbon composition and microbial traits at aggregate scales35
The Grain for Green project eliminated the effect of soil erosion on organic carbon on China’s Loess Plateau between 1980 and 200835
Changes in litter decomposition rate of dominant plants in a semi-arid steppe across different land-use types: Soil moisture, not home-field advantage, plays a dominant role34
A global synthesis of soil denitrification: Driving factors and mitigation strategies34
Optimizing nitrogen fertilization rate to enhance soil carbon storage and decrease nitrogen pollution in paddy ecosystems with simultaneous straw incorporation34
Drought-resistance rice variety with water-saving management reduces greenhouse gas emissions from paddies while maintaining rice yields34
Use of polyacrylamide modified biochar coupled with organic and chemical fertilizers for reducing phosphorus loss under different cropping systems34
Soil erosion significantly reduces organic carbon and nitrogen mineralization in a simulated experiment34
Increase in farm size significantly accelerated stream channel erosion and associated nutrient losses from an intensive agricultural watershed33
Effects of vegetation restoration on soil properties along an elevation gradient in the karst region of southwest China33
Conventional and conservation tillage practices affect soil microbial co-occurrence patterns and are associated with crop yields33
Effects of nutrient addition on degraded alpine grasslands of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau: A meta-analysis33
Effects of drought and rainfall events on soil autotrophic respiration and heterotrophic respiration33
The effect of organic manure or green manure incorporation with reductions in chemical fertilizer on yield-scaled N2O emissions in a citrus orchard33
Effect of fertilizer management on the soil bacterial community in agroecosystems across the globe33
Water and nitrate loss from dryland agricultural soils is controlled by management, soils, and weather33
Characterization of nirS- and nirK-containing communities and potential denitrification activity in paddy soil from eastern China33
Landscape pattern at the class level regulates the stream water nitrogen and phosphorus levels in a Chinese subtropical agricultural catchment33
Occurrence and health risks of heavy metals in plastic-shed soils and vegetables across China33
Improving agricultural productivity using agroforestry systems: Performance of millet, cowpea, and ziziphus-based cropping systems in West Africa Sahel33
Changes in the soil hydrophobicity and structure of humic substances in sandy soil taken out of cultivation33
Dryland cover crop soil health benefits are maintained with grazing in the U.S. High and Central Plains33
Increasing soil pH reduces fertiliser derived N2O emissions in intensively managed temperate grassland33
Pollinator presence in orchards depends on landscape-scale habitats more than in-field flower resources32
Cropping systems with higher organic carbon promote soil microbial diversity32
Responses of maize yield, nitrogen and phosphorus runoff losses and soil properties to biochar and organic fertilizer application in a light-loamy fluvo-aquic soil31
Applying both biochar and phosphobacteria enhances Vigna mungo L. growth and yield in acid soils by increasing soil pH, moisture content, microbial growth and P availability31
Predicting forage quality of species-rich pasture grasslands using vis-NIRS to reveal effects of management intensity and climate change31
Interactive effects of different warming levels and tillage managements on winter wheat growth, physiological processes, grain yield and quality in the North China Plain31
Identifying and estimating soil erosion and sedimentation in small karst watersheds using a composite fingerprint technique31
Grazing exclusion alters ecological stoichiometry of plant and soil in degraded alpine grassland31
Understanding the pathways from biodiversity to agro-ecological outcomes: A new, interactive approach31
Effects of human activities on soil organic carbon redistribution at an agricultural watershed scale on the Chinese Loess Plateau30
Low concentrations of fertilizer and herbicide alter plant growth and interactions with flower-visiting insects30
Linkage between soil ectoenzyme stoichiometry ratios and microbial diversity following the conversion of cropland into grassland30
Impact of agroecological management on plant diversity and soil-based ecosystem services in pasture and coffee systems in the Atlantic forest of Brazil30
Impact of land use intensification and local features on plants and pollinators in Sub-Saharan smallholder farms30
Response of soil organic carbon content to crop rotation and its controls: A global synthesis30
Benchmarking impact of nitrogen inputs on grain yield and environmental performance of producer fields in the western US Corn Belt30
Drip fertigation promotes water and nitrogen use efficiency and yield stability through improved root growth for tomatoes in plastic greenhouse production30
Perennial legume intercrops provide multiple belowground ecosystem services in smallholder farming systems30
Non-insecticide pesticide impacts on bees: A review of methods and reported outcomes30
Biochar addition leads to more soil organic carbon sequestration under a maize-rice cropping system than continuous flooded rice30
The effect of protective covers on pollinator health and pollination service delivery30
Assessment of underground soil loss via the tapering grikes on limestone hillslopes29
Combined biochar and soda residues increases maize yields and decreases grain Cd/Pb in a highly Cd/Pb-polluted acid Udults soil29
Many small rather than few large sources identified in long-term bee pollen diets in agroecosystems29
Application performance and nutrient stoichiometric variation of ecological ditch systems in treating non-point source pollutants from paddy fields29
Tillage intensity and herbicide application influence surface-active springtail (Collembola) communities in Romanian vineyards29
Organic carbon storage potential in deep agricultural soil layers: Evidence from long-term experiments in northeast Italy29
Assessing nutrient budgets and environmental impacts of coastal land-based aquaculture system in southeastern China29
Conservation tillage practices reduce nitrogen losses in the sloping upland of the Three Gorges Reservoir area: No-till is better than mulch-till29
Responses of biomass allocation to multi-factor global change: A global synthesis28
Inorganic fertilizer use efficiency of millet crop increased with organic fertilizer application in rainfed agriculture on smallholdings in central Senegal28
Organic manure rather than phosphorus fertilization primarily determined asymbiotic nitrogen fixation rate and the stability of diazotrophic community in an upland red soil28
Organic amendments increase crop yield while mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from the perspective of carbon fees in a soybean-wheat system28
Evaluating soil organic carbon stock changes induced by no-tillage based on fixed depth and equivalent soil mass approaches28
Nitrate accumulation in the soil profile is the main fate of surplus nitrogen after land-use change from cereal cultivation to apple orchards on the Loess Plateau28
Biodiversity in agricultural landscapes: Grassy field margins and semi-natural fragments both foster spider diversity and body size28
Regional simulation of nitrate leaching potential from winter wheat-summer maize rotation croplands on the North China Plain using the NLEAP-GIS model28
Windbreak efficiency in controlling wind erosion and particulate matter concentrations from farmlands28
A synthesized approach for estimating the C-factor of RUSLE for a mixed-landscape watershed: A case study in the Gongshui watershed, southern China28
Soil organic carbon dynamics along chrono-sequence land-use systems in the highlands of Ethiopia28
Soil texture moderates root functional traits in agroforestry systems across a climatic gradient28
Contributions of soil erosion and decomposition to SOC loss during a short-term paddy land abandonment in Northeast Thailand28
Impact of land use type and organic farming on the abundance, diversity, community composition and functional properties of soil nematode communities in vegetable farming28
Organic amendment regulates soil microbial biomass and activity in wheat-maize and wheat-soybean rotation systems28
Sustainable agriculture through perennial grains: Wheat, rice, maize, and other species. A review28
Field response of N2O emissions, microbial communities, soil biochemical processes and winter barley growth to the addition of conventional and biodegradable microplastics28
Enrichment of microbial taxa after the onset of wheat yellow mosaic disease27
Grazing intensity induced alternations of soil microbial community composition in aggregates drive soil organic carbon turnover in a desert steppe27
Flower visitation and land cover associations of above ground- and below ground-nesting native bees in an agricultural region of south-east Australia27
Cover crop residue decomposition in no-till cropping systems: Insights from multi-state on-farm litter bag studies27
Long-term land use change in Australia from native forest decreases all fractions of soil organic carbon, including resistant organic carbon, for cropping but not sown pasture27
What makes ditches and ponds more efficient in nitrogen control?27
Replacing nitrogen fertilizer with nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria reduced nitrogen leaching in red soil paddy fields27
Cacao agroforestry systems improve soil fertility: Comparison of soil properties between forest, cacao agroforestry systems, and pasture in the Colombian Amazon27
Legacy effects of leguminous green manure crops on the weed seed bank in organic crop rotations27
Impact assessment of soil salinity on crop production in Uzbekistan and its global significance27
Trade-off between carbon sequestration and water loss for vegetation greening in China27
Subsurface irrigation with ceramic emitters: An effective method to improve apple yield and irrigation water use efficiency in the semiarid Loess Plateau27
Land use/cover changes in the Oriental migratory locust area of China: Implications for ecological control and monitoring of locust area27
Manure application accumulates more nitrogen in paddy soils than rice straw but less from fungal necromass27
Identifying the sources of nitrate in a small watershed using δ15N-δ18O isotopes of nitrate in the Kelan Reservoir, Guangxi, China26
Management duration controls the synergistic effect of tillage, cover crop, and nitrogen rate on cotton yield and yield stability26
Agricultural intensification weakens the soil health index and stability of microbial networks26
Interdecadal variation of potato climate suitability in China26
Exponential response of nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions to increasing nitrogen fertiliser rates in a tropical sugarcane cropping system26
Combined use of stable nitrogen and oxygen isotopes to constrain the nitrate sources in a karst lake26
Crop diversification practice faces a tradeoff between increasing productivity and reducing carbon footprints26
Maize yields from rotation and intercropping systems with different legumes under conservation agriculture in contrasting agro-ecologies26
Grassland-cropland rotation cycles in crop-livestock farming systems regulate priming effect potential in soils through modulation of microbial communities, composition of soil organic matter and abio26
Soil erosion significantly decreases aggregate-associated OC and N in agricultural soils of Northeast China26
Land conversion from annual to perennial crops: A win-win strategy for biomass yield and soil organic carbon and total nitrogen sequestration26
Do soil management practices affect the activity density, diversity, and stability of soil arthropods in vineyards?26
Soil greenhouse gas fluxes from maize cropping system under different soil fertility management technologies in Kenya26
Nitrous oxide emissions, ammonia volatilization, and grain-heavy metal levels during the wheat season: Effect of partial organic substitution for chemical fertilizer26
Spatiotemporal variations and developments of water footprints of pig feeding and pork production in China (2004–2013)25
Dominance of honey bees is negatively associated with wild bee diversity in commercial apple orchards regardless of management practices25
A global analysis of agricultural productivity and water resource consumption changes over cropland expansion regions25
The potential for wildflower interventions to enhance natural enemies and pollinators in commercial apple orchards is limited by other management practices25
The role of traditional agricultural landscape structures in changes to green infrastructure connectivity25
Landscape composition and configuration affect the abundance of the olive moth (Prays oleae, Bernard) in olive groves25
Synchronous sequestration of organic carbon and nitrogen in mineral soils after conversion agricultural land to forest25
Deep soil nitrogen storage slows nitrate leaching through the vadose zone25
Adapting yet not adopting? Conservation agriculture in Central Malawi25
Sediment sources, soil loss rates and sediment yields in a Karst plateau catchment in Southwest China25
Microbial interkingdom associations across soil depths reveal network connectivity and keystone taxa linked to soil fine-fraction carbon content25
How does deep-band fertilizer placement reduce N2O emissions and increase maize yields?25
Active management of wildflower strips in commercial sweet cherry orchards enhances natural enemies and pest regulation services24
Can landscape level semi-natural habitat compensate for pollinator biodiversity loss due to farmland consolidation?24
Assessing and understanding non-responsiveness of maize and soybean to fertilizer applications in African smallholder farms24
Socioeconomic barriers of nitrogen management for agricultural and environmental sustainability24
Using ecological and field survey data to establish a national list of the wild bee pollinators of crops24
Five years integrated crop management in direct seeded rice–zero till wheat rotation of north-western India: Effects on soil carbon dynamics, crop yields, water productivity and economic profitability24
Pruning of small fruit crops can affect habitat suitability for Drosophila suzukii24
Drainage optimization of paddy field watershed for diffuse phosphorus pollution control and sustainable agricultural development24
Organic amendments affect soil organic carbon sequestration and fractions in fields with long-term contrasting nitrogen applications24
Variation of dissolved nutrient exports by surface runoff from sugarcane watershed is controlled by fertilizer application and ground cover24
Silvopasture in the USA: A systematic review of natural resource professional and producer-reported benefits, challenges, and management activities24
Honeybees are far too insufficient to supply optimum pollination services in agricultural systems worldwide23
Variation of deep nitrate in a typical red soil Critical Zone: Effects of land use and slope position23
Damming effects on river sulfur cycle in karst area: A case study of the Wujiang cascade reservoirs23
Wheat yield losses from pests and pathogens in China23
Pest control services provided by bats in vineyard landscapes23
How the interplay between management and interannual climatic variability influences the NDVI variation in a sub-Mediterranean pastoral system: Insight into sustainable grassland use under climate cha23
Reduced diversity of farmland birds in homogenized agricultural landscape: A cross-border comparison over the former Iron Curtain23
Translating the agricultural N surplus hazard into groundwater pollution risk: Implications for effectiveness of mitigation measures in nitrate vulnerable zones23
Responses of greenhouse gas emissions and soil carbon and nitrogen sequestration to field management in the winter season: A 6-year measurement in a Chinese double-rice field23
Soil water balance dynamics under plastic mulching in dryland rainfed agroecosystem across the Loess Plateau23
Hand pollination, not pesticides or fertilizers, increases cocoa yields and farmer income23
Estimation of maize straw production and appropriate straw return rate in China23
Modelling the effects of climate change on transpiration and evaporation in natural and constructed grasslands in the semi-arid Loess Plateau, China22
Reduction in net greenhouse gas emissions through a combination of pig manure and reduced inorganic fertilizer application in a double-rice cropping system: Three-year results22
Role of Sedum alfredii and soil microbes in the remediation of ultra-high content heavy metals contaminated soil22
Sediment deposition changes the relationship between soil organic and inorganic carbon: Evidence from the Chinese Loess Plateau22
Farmland heterogeneity is associated with gains in some ecosystem services but also potential trade-offs22
Exponential relationship between N2O emission and fertilizer nitrogen input and mechanisms for improving fertilizer nitrogen efficiency under intensive plastic-shed vegetable production in China: A sy22
Climate change mitigation and adaptation in agriculture: Why agroforestry should be part of the solution22
Animal biodiversity in cider apple orchards: Simultaneous environmental drivers and effects on insectivory and pollination22
Short-term cellulose addition decreases microbial diversity and network complexity in an Ultisol following 32-year fertilization22
Grazing promoted soil microbial functional genes for regulating C and N cycling in alpine meadow of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau22
Biomass and carbon stocks of organic and conventional cocoa agroforests, Ghana22
Trade-offs in ecological, productivity and livelihood dimensions inform sustainable grassland management: Case study from the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau22
Identifying agronomic practices with higher yield and lower global warming potential in rice paddies: a global meta-analysis22
Different responses of root exudates to biochar application under elevated CO222
Quantifying crop pollinator-dependence and pollination deficits: The effects of experimental scale on yield and quality assessments22
Temporal dynamics and biocontrol potential of a hyperparasite on coffee leaf rust across a landscape in Arabica coffee’s native range22
Deposition distribution, metabolism characteristics, and reduced application dose of difenoconazole in the open field and greenhouse pepper ecosystem22
Effects of cultivation and agricultural abandonment on soil carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in a meadow steppe in eastern Inner Mongolia22
Distribution pattern of antibiotic resistance genes and bacterial community in agricultural soil samples of Wuliangsuhai watershed. China22
Runoff-related nutrient loss affected by fertilization and cultivation in sloping croplands: An 11-year observation under natural rainfall22
Effects of wildflower strips, landscape structure and agricultural practices on wild bee assemblages – A matter of data resolution and spatial scale?22
Effects of earthworm (Metaphire guillelmi) density on soil macropore and soil water content in typical Anthrosol soil21
Grass-legume mixtures enhance forage production via the bacterial community21
Baseflow nitrate dynamics within nested watersheds of an agricultural stream in Nebraska, USA21
Fragility of karst ecosystem and environment: Long-term evidence from lake sediments21
The value of biotic pollination and dense forest for fruit set of Arabica coffee: A global assessment21
Quantifying N leaching losses as a function of N balance: A path to sustainable food supply chains21
Irrigation amount dominates soil mineral nitrogen leaching in plastic shed vegetable production systems21
Low external input sustainable agriculture: Winter flooding in rice fields increases bird use, fecal matter and soil health, reducing fertilizer requirements21