Data from: Transient negative biochar effects on plant growth are strongest after microbial species loss

Hol WHG, Vestergård M, ten Hooven F, Duyts H, van de Voorde TFJ, Bezemer TM

Date Published: September 25, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rk37b

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Title Biochar_dilution_exp_plantbiomass_nematodes_and_protozoa
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Description This excel file contains data from an experiment started July 2011. A paper describing the conclusions from the data is published in Soil Biology and Biochemistry. Basically three times autoclaved soil from Mossel (Ede, NL) is inoculated with soil inoculum or a suspension. The inoculum comes from the Biochar experiment, from treatments control and Biochar600, 6 blocks for each Soil inoculum is applied in 3 densities: 10% live inoculum, 1% and 0,1 % with a total volume of 600 g fw soil/pot Suspensions are made in similar densities, but sieved over 45 um and thus should only contain microbes Non-inoculated control pots are added (6 replicates per block, 36 in total) This dataset contains data from 3 consequtive experiments, presented in one worksheet Dry weight of the soil at the start of the experiment is presented in a separate worksheet
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Hol WG, Vestergård M, ten Hooven F, Duyts H, van de Voorde TF, Bezemer TM (2017) Transient negative biochar effects on plant growth are strongest after microbial species loss. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 115: 442-451. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2017.09.016

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Hol WHG, Vestergård M, ten Hooven F, Duyts H, van de Voorde TFJ, Bezemer TM (2017) Data from: Transient negative biochar effects on plant growth are strongest after microbial species loss. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rk37b
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