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Auswirkungen von Energieholzstreifen auf Laufkäfer und Nacktschnecken ökologisch bewirtschafteter Ackerflächen

By Johannes Burmeister and Roswitha Walter

Abstract

Short rotation alley cropping can affect biodiversity and ecosystem services. Thus the epigeic fauna was investigated in different distances from a strip with short rotation poplar cultivation at two sites in Bavaria. An increase of carabid beetle diversity on field-scale was noted due to the appearance of adapted carabid species inside the strip, however with no distinct correlation between distance from poplar strip and carabid species diversity. Slug activity density decreased with increasing distance

Topics: Crop husbandry, Biodiversity and ecosystem services, Crop health, quality, protection
Publisher: Verlag Dr. Köster, Berlin
Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:orgprints.org:31879
Provided by: Organic Eprints

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