When research about SOILs is published in an academic journal by a University of Guelph researcher, Soils At Guelph wants to share it.
The research below includes the abstract and link to the entire study.
Soil phosphorus bioavailability as influenced by long-term management and applied phosphorus source
Long-term effects of crop rotation, tillage, and fertilizer nitrogen on soil health indicators and crop productivity in a temperate climate
Adjusting Nitrogen Rates with Split Applications: Modelled Effects on N Losses and Profits Across Weather Scenarios
Winter phosphorus release from cover crops and linkages with runoff chemistry
Nutrient release from living and terminated cover crops under variable freeze-thaw cycles
In-situ estimation of soil water retention curve in silt loam and loamy sand soils at different soil depths
Corn and soybean yields and returns are greater in rotations with wheat
Long-term tillage and crop rotation effects on soil quality, organic carbon, and total nitrogen
Soil organic carbon content: Decreases partly attributed to dilution by increased depth of cultivation in southern Ontario
Researchers analyzed soil organic carbon contents and depths of Ap horizons (i.e., cultivated topsoil) from Ontario soil survey reports from 1950 to 2019.
Legume Cover Crop Management on Nitrogen Dynamics and Yield in grain corn systems
Crop rotations differ in soil carbon stabilization efficiency, but the response to quality of structural plant inputs is ambiguous
This study set out to evaluate crop rotation diversity, perenniality, carbon inputs, and carbon input quality as predictors of soil organic carbon concentration and aggregate size.
Tracing crop residue N into subsequent crops: Insight from long-term crop rotations that vary in diversity
Long-term diverse rotation alters nitrogen cycling bacterial groups and nitrous oxide emissions after nitrogen fertilization
This study measured the impact of 35 years of crop rotation diversification on soil microbial communities and nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions.
Cumulative impact of cover crops on soil carbon sequestration and profitability in a temperate humid climate
Survey of interseeded red clover management and perceived challenges by Ontario wheat growers
It takes three to tango: the importance of microbes, host plant, and soil management to elucidate manipulation strategies for the plant microbiome
Soil organic matter as catalyst of crop resource capture
Riparian land-use systems impact soil microbial communities and nitrous oxide emissions in an agro-ecosystem
Long-term evidence shows that crop-rotation diversification increases agricultural resilience to adverse growing conditions in North America
Short-term response of soil N-cycling genes and transcripts to fertilization with nitrification and urease inhibitors, and relationship with field-scale N2O emissions
Differences in field-scale N2O flux linked to crop residue removal under two tillage systems in cold climates
Modifying fertilizer rate and application method reduces environmental nitrogen losses and increases corn yield in Ontario
Separating the effect of crop from herbicide on soil microbial communities in glyphosate-resistant corn
Increased nitrogen retention by cover crops: implications of planting date on soil and plant nitrogen dynamics
Increasing crop diversity mitigates weather variations and improves yield stability
Long-term rotation and tillage effects on soil structure and crop yield
Biomass yield assessment of five potential energy crops grown in southern Ontario, Canada
Quantifying C stocks in high-yield, short-rotation woody crop production systems for forest and bioenergy values and CO2 emission reduction
Management sensitivity, repeatability, and consistency of interpretation of soil health indicators on organic farms in southwestern Ontario
Nitrogen dynamics and yields of fresh bean and sweet corn with different cover crops and planting dates
Comparable soluble N to controlled-release fertilizers: Storage cabbage yield, profit margins, and nitrogen use efficiency
Quantifying soil quality in a horticultural-cover cropping system
Residue management leading to higher field-scale N2O flux is associated with different soil bacterial nitrifier and denitrifier gene community structures
Effects of tillage practices on phosphorus transport in tile drain effluent under sandy loam agricultural soils in Ontario, Canada
Characterization of the heavy, hydrolysable and non-hydrolysable fractions of soil organic carbon in conventional and no-tillage soils
Speciation of phosphorus from agricultural muck soils to stream and lake sediments
Predicting soil organic matter from cellular phone images under varying soil moisture
Fire-derived organic matter retains ammonia through covalent bond formation
Risk assessment of unsuitable winter conditions for manure and nutrient application across Ontario.
Greenhouse gas emissions from gradually-filled liquid dairy manure storages with different levels of inoculant
Liquid dairy manure storages emit large amounts of methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O) and ammonia (NH3). Gradually filling manure storages is a standard practice, however, most studies have batch filling approaches. Gradual manure filling may emit diff …