The data presented here are related to the article entitled “Soil functions are affected by transition from conventional to organic mulch-based cropping system”[1]. Data were collected in 2016 in a processing tomato field located near Perugia, Italy. In details, data were collected in three differently managed processing tomato cropping systems: conventional integrated (INT); traditional organic with cover crops and conventional tillage (ORG); and organic coupled with conservation agriculture, with mulch-based cover crop and no-tillage (ORG+). We report data on the impact of each cropping system on crop biomass and yield, soil physicochemical properties, size and structure of soil microbial community, soil invertebrate biodiversity and habitat provision (predator-prey trophic interactions).

Data on soil physicochemical properties and biodiversity from conventional, organic and organic mulch-based cropping systems

Massaccesi L.;Rondoni G.
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Tosti G.;Conti E.;Guiducci M.;Agnelli A.
2020

Abstract

The data presented here are related to the article entitled “Soil functions are affected by transition from conventional to organic mulch-based cropping system”[1]. Data were collected in 2016 in a processing tomato field located near Perugia, Italy. In details, data were collected in three differently managed processing tomato cropping systems: conventional integrated (INT); traditional organic with cover crops and conventional tillage (ORG); and organic coupled with conservation agriculture, with mulch-based cover crop and no-tillage (ORG+). We report data on the impact of each cropping system on crop biomass and yield, soil physicochemical properties, size and structure of soil microbial community, soil invertebrate biodiversity and habitat provision (predator-prey trophic interactions).
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