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Carla Moreno
María Isabel González
José Antonio Egido


El manejo agrícola origina modificaciones en las propiedades del suelo. Para evaluar la incidencia del manejo sobre diferentes cultivos se han realizado análisis químicos, fisicoquímicos y bioquímicos en suelos con plantaciones de maíz (Zea mayz) y remolacha (Beta vulgaris L.) utilizando como control un suelo natural. Los resultados obtenidos demuestran que efectivamente el cultivo genera modificaciones en el suelo y que los parámetros bioquímicos (CO2 producido por los microorganismos del suelo) son los más sensibles a la modificaciones producidas.


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Carla Moreno, María Isabel González, José Antonio Egido. INFLUENCIA DEL MANEJO SOBRE LA CALIDAD DEL SUELO. revista [Internet]. 30 de agosto de 2015 [citado 20 de enero de 2022];2(1). Disponible en:
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