Does the soil microbiology of chemically restored lowland heath resemble that of native heaths?

This source preferred by Iain Green and Anita Diaz

Authors: Green, I.D., Tibbett, M., Diaz, A. and Smith, M.T.E.

Start date: 7 September 2009

Lowland heath vegetation can be successfully restored on former pasture by applying eleemntal sulphur to soil. To maintain this community in the long term, the soil microbial must also be restored. We show that the soil microbial community of restored heathland resembles that of native heathland and not pasture.

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