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- Soil organic carbon-stock changes in Flemish grassland soils from 1990 to 2000
- Limited by the host: host age hampers establishment of holoparasite Cuscuta epithymum
- Direct and indirect impacts of hemiparasitic plants on species richness and community structure in managed grasslands in Flanders
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- Patterns of Prunus serotina invasion in two contrasting forests on sandy soils
- Gradual forest edges can mitigate edge effects on throughfall deposition if their size and shape are well considered
- Application of humic substances results in consistent increases in crop yield and nutrient uptake
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