Functional profiles of soil microbial populations under various climatic conditions and agricultural practices in Burkina-Faso

Abstract : BIOSOL is a multidisciplinary scientific program (soil science, agronomy, geography) which aims at understanding and promoting agro-ecological practices among peasant communities in Burkina-Faso. In this work, the pedological, geochemical and microbiological characteristics of agricultural soils were investigated in order to make an inventory of soil fertility. Two sites (villages of Sampiéri and Bandougou) with contrasted pedo-climatic conditions were selected.
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S Bourgerie, Mikael Motelica-Heino, Bertrand Sajaloli, E Yengué, D Morabito. Functional profiles of soil microbial populations under various climatic conditions and agricultural practices in Burkina-Faso. First Global Soil Biodiversity Conference - Assessing soil biodiversity and its role for ecosystem services, Dec 2014, Dijon, France. 2014, ⟨http://www.gsbiconference.elsevier.com/⟩. ⟨insu-01118131⟩

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