The effect of organic and conventional farming practices on the soil microbial community carbon substrate utilization

Caroline H Orr, Stephen P Cummings, Carlo Leifert, Julia M Cooper

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Positive Plant Microbial Interactions in Relation to Plant Performance and Ecosystem Function
Place of PublicationWarwick
Publisherthe Association of Applied Biologists
Pages67-74
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventInternational Conference on Positive Plant Microbial Interactions in Relation to Plant Performance and Ecosystem Function - Grantham, United Kingdom
Duration: 16 Dec 200919 Dec 2009

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on Positive Plant Microbial Interactions in Relation to Plant Performance and Ecosystem Function
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityGrantham
Period16/12/0919/12/09

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Orr, C. H., Cummings, S. P., Leifert, C., & Cooper, J. M. (2009). The effect of organic and conventional farming practices on the soil microbial community carbon substrate utilization. In International Conference on Positive Plant Microbial Interactions in Relation to Plant Performance and Ecosystem Function (pp. 67-74). Warwick: the Association of Applied Biologists.
Orr, Caroline H ; Cummings, Stephen P ; Leifert, Carlo ; Cooper, Julia M. / The effect of organic and conventional farming practices on the soil microbial community carbon substrate utilization. International Conference on Positive Plant Microbial Interactions in Relation to Plant Performance and Ecosystem Function. Warwick : the Association of Applied Biologists, 2009. pp. 67-74
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Orr, CH, Cummings, SP, Leifert, C & Cooper, JM 2009, The effect of organic and conventional farming practices on the soil microbial community carbon substrate utilization. in International Conference on Positive Plant Microbial Interactions in Relation to Plant Performance and Ecosystem Function. the Association of Applied Biologists, Warwick, pp. 67-74, International Conference on Positive Plant Microbial Interactions in Relation to Plant Performance and Ecosystem Function, Grantham, United Kingdom, 16/12/09.

The effect of organic and conventional farming practices on the soil microbial community carbon substrate utilization. / Orr, Caroline H; Cummings, Stephen P; Leifert, Carlo; Cooper, Julia M.

International Conference on Positive Plant Microbial Interactions in Relation to Plant Performance and Ecosystem Function. Warwick : the Association of Applied Biologists, 2009. p. 67-74.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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Orr CH, Cummings SP, Leifert C, Cooper JM. The effect of organic and conventional farming practices on the soil microbial community carbon substrate utilization. In International Conference on Positive Plant Microbial Interactions in Relation to Plant Performance and Ecosystem Function. Warwick: the Association of Applied Biologists. 2009. p. 67-74