Effects of agroforestry planting patterns on soil bacterial community diversity and soil properties

Published: 12 March 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/sx4whx6ps5.1
丽娜 Ma


Gradually establish a relatively stable and good ecosystem in the planned vegetation restoration area, and under the influence of simulated artificial rainfall, the mechanism of soil microbial diversity composition and change under two different vegetation combination restoration modes, includingthe agroforestry planting patterns was developed for the light rocky desertification of the karst plateau: Paspalum wetsfeteini+ Pyracantha fortuneana + Apium graveolens + Phaseolus vulgaris, and for the intense rocky desertification: Calohypnum plumiforme + Paspalum wetsfeteini+ Pyracantha fortuneana + Lonicera japonica.



Soil Microorganism, Karst Hydrology, Agroforestry, Desertification Control