The effects of atrazine on soil microarthropod populations was studied in an experimental field cultivated with maize. Three doses of herbicide (2,4, 6 Kg/ha) were tested in three different periods and on four layers. Controls were employed. Collembola and Oribatid mites were studied at species-level. The number of microarthropod specimens in the treated plots was not significantly different from that in the control plots.

Microarthropod communities in soil treated with atrazine / Sabatini, Maria Agnese; B., Fratello; Bertolani, Roberto; Pederzoli, Aurora. - In: BOLLETTINO DI ZOOLOGIA. - ISSN 0373-4137. - STAMPA. - 46(1979), pp. 333-341.

Microarthropod communities in soil treated with atrazine

SABATINI, Maria Agnese;BERTOLANI, Roberto;PEDERZOLI, Aurora
1979

Abstract

The effects of atrazine on soil microarthropod populations was studied in an experimental field cultivated with maize. Three doses of herbicide (2,4, 6 Kg/ha) were tested in three different periods and on four layers. Controls were employed. Collembola and Oribatid mites were studied at species-level. The number of microarthropod specimens in the treated plots was not significantly different from that in the control plots.
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Microarthropod communities in soil treated with atrazine / Sabatini, Maria Agnese; B., Fratello; Bertolani, Roberto; Pederzoli, Aurora. - In: BOLLETTINO DI ZOOLOGIA. - ISSN 0373-4137. - STAMPA. - 46(1979), pp. 333-341.
Sabatini, Maria Agnese; B., Fratello; Bertolani, Roberto; Pederzoli, Aurora
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