Christine Watson
Christine Watson
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Managing soil fertility in organic farming systems
CA Watson, D Atkinson, P Gosling, LR Jackson, FW Rayns
Soil Use and Management 18 (s1), 239-247, 2002
5022002
Agronomic and environmental implications of organic farming systems
R Keatinge, FH Tattersall, CA Watson, MS Wolfe, M Hovi, NH Lampkin, ...
440*2014
Agronomic and environmental implications of organic farming systems
EA Stockdale, NH Lampkin, M Hovi, R Keatinge, EKM Lennartsson, ...
Advances in Agronomy 70, 261-327, 2001
440*2001
The potential role of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi in the bioprotection of plants against soil‐borne pathogens in organic and/or other sustainable farming systems
LA Harrier, CA Watson
Pest management science 60 (2), 149-157, 2004
3412004
Improving intercropping: a synthesis of research in agronomy, plant physiology and ecology
RW Brooker, AE Bennett, WF Cong, TJ Daniell, TS George, PD Hallett, ...
New Phytologist 206 (1), 107-117, 2015
3262015
The role of uncomposted materials, composts, manures, and compost extracts in reducing pest and disease incidence and severity in sustainable temperate agricultural and …
AM Litterick, L Harrier, P Wallace, CA Watson, M Wood
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 23 (6), 453-479, 2004
3082004
Controls on soil nitrogen cycling and microbial community composition across land use and incubation temperature
WR Cookson, M Osman, P Marschner, DA Abaye, I Clark, DV Murphy, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (3), 744-756, 2007
2552007
The role of plants and land management in sequestering soil carbon in temperate arable and grassland ecosystems
RM Rees, IJ Bingham, JA Baddeley, CA Watson
Geoderma 128 (1), 130-154, 2005
2452005
A review of farm‐scale nutrient budgets for organic farms as a tool for management of soil fertility
CA Watson, H Bengtsson, M Ebbesvik, AK Løes, A Myrbeck, E Salomon, ...
Soil Use and Management 18 (s1), 264-273, 2002
2172002
Using nitrogen budgets to indicate nitrogen use efficiency and losses from whole farm systems: a comparison of three methodological approaches
CA Watson, D Atkinson
Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems 53 (3), 259-267, 1999
1691999
The role of crop rotations in determining soil structure and crop growth conditions
BC Ball, I Bingham, RM Rees, CA Watson, A Litterick
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 85 (5), 557-577, 2005
1682005
The fate of nitrogen from incorporated cover crop and green manure residues
EM Baggs, CA Watson, RM Rees
Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems 56 (2), 153-163, 2000
1582000
Influences of root diameter, tree age, soil depth and season on fine root survivorship in Prunus avium
JA Baddeley, CA Watson
Plant and Soil 276 (1-2), 15-22, 2005
1482005
Models of biological nitrogen fixation of legumes. A review
Y Liu, L Wu, JA Baddeley, CA Watson
Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 2010
145*2010
Critical aspects of potassium management in agricultural systems
I Öborn, Y Andrist‐Rangel, M Askekaard, CA Grant, CA Watson, ...
Soil Use and Management 21 (1), 102-112, 2005
1442005
N, P and K budgets for crop rotations on nine organic farms in the UK
PM Berry, EA Stockdale, R Sylvester-Bradley, L Philipps, KA Smith, ...
Soil use and management 19 (2), 112-118, 2003
1412003
The role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in sustainable cropping systems
LA Harrier, CA Watson
Advances in Agronomy 79, 185-225, 2003
1372003
Arable plant communities as indicators of farming practice
C Hawes, GR Squire, PD Hallett, CA Watson, M Young
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 138 (1), 17-26, 2010
1052010
SPACSYS: integration of a 3D root architecture component to carbon, nitrogen and water cycling—model description
L Wu, MB McGechan, N McRoberts, JA Baddeley, CA Watson
Ecological Modelling 200 (3), 343-359, 2007
1052007
Soil teeming with life: new frontiers for soil science.
JM Tiedje, JC Cho, A Murray, D Treves, B Xia, J Zhou, RM Rees, BC Ball, ...
Sustainable management of soil organic matter, 393-425, 2001
1012001
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