Environments, Volume 7, Issue 10 (October 2020) – 22 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Organic matter decline and compaction are two major degradation processes of agricultural soils. Organic amendment is a current practice to compensate for the loss of organic matter, which could contribute to limiting soil compaction. Both organic amendment and compaction physicochemical stresses can affect the fate and impact of pesticides in soil. This research showed that the fate of isoproturon, a wheat herbicide, did not change following compaction and/or organic amendment addition, nor did the corresponding risks for the environment, and that organic amendment could act as a buffer with regard to the impact of isoproturon. View this paper
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