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Solid Earth, 7, 167-175, 2016
http://www.solid-earth.net/7/167/2016/
doi:10.5194/se-7-167-2016
© Author(s) 2016. This work is distributed
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01 Feb 2016
Integrating a mini catchment with mulching for soil water management in a sloping jujube orchard on the semiarid Loess Plateau of China
H. C. Li et al.

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We integrated fish-scale pits with mulching to test whether this integration could improve soil water conservation. The results showed that integrating fish-scale pits with mulching could conserve significantly more soil water by increasing infiltration and decreasing evaporation, and showed greater soil water storage and degree of soil water compensation compared to fish-scale pits alone. In addition, jujube branches exerted better mulching effects than maize straw.
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