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 Soane, B.D. and C. Van Ouwerkerk, Implications of soil compaction in crop production for the quality of the environment. Soil and Tillage Research, 1995. 35(1): p. 5-22.
 Flowers, M. and R. Lal, Axle load and tillage effect on soil physical properties and soybean grain yield on a mollic ochraqualf in northwest Ohio. . Soil Tillage Research 1998. 48: p. 21–35.
 Carder, J., Grasby, J., A framework for regional soil conservation treatments in the medium and low rainfall agricultural district. , in Research Report 1986, Department of Agriculture Western Australia. p. 120.
 Bajgai, Y., et al., Comparison of organic and conventional managements on yields, nutrients and weeds in a corn–cabbage rotation. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 2013: p. 1-11.
 Jensen, L.S., D.J. McQueen, and T.G. Shepherd, Effects of soil compaction on N-mineralization and microbial-C and -N. I. Field measurement. Soil & Tillage Research, 1996. 38: p. 175-188.
 Arvidsson, J. and I. Håkansson, Do effects of soil compaction persist after ploughing? Results from 21 long-term field experiments in Sweden. Soil & Tillage Research, 1996. 39: p. 175-197.
 Defossez, P. and G. Richard, Models of soil compaction due to traffic and their alternatives. Soil & Tillage Research, 2002. 67: p. 41-64.
 Breland, T.A. and S. Hansen, Nitrogen mineralization and microbial biomass as affected by soil compaction. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 1996. 28(4/5): p. 655-663.
 Lipiec, J. and W. Stepniewski, Effects of soil compaction and tillage systems on uptake and losses of nutrients. Soil & Tillage Research, 1995. 35: p. 37-52.
 Hillocks, R.J. and J.M. Waller, Soilborne Diseases of Tropical Crops. 1997, Wallingford, UK: CAB International.
 Mazzola, M., Mechanisms of natural soil suppressiveness to soilborne diseases. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, 2002. 81(1): p. 557-564.
 Bailey, K.L. and G. Lazarovits, Suppressing soil-borne diseases with residue management and organic amendments. Soil & Tillage Research, 2003. 72: p. 169-180.
 Thurston, H.D., Tropical Plant Diseases. 1998, St Paul Minnesota: American Phytopathological Society. 208pp.
 Alabouvette, C., Fusarium wilt suppressive soils: an example of disease-suppressive soils. Australasian Plant Pathology, 1999. 28: p. 57-64.
 Kloepper, J.W., et al., Pseudomonas siderophores: a mechanism explaining disease-suppressive soils. Current microbiology, 1980. 4(5): p. 317-320.
 Haggag, W., M., Sustainable agriculture management of plant diseases. OnLine Journal of Biological Sciences, 2002. 2(4): p. 280-284.
 Harrison, U.J. and J.L. Frank, Disease management through suppressive soils, 1999, Department of Plant Pathology: North Carolina University Draft Document. p. 23.
 Ghorbani, R., et al., Soil management for sustainable crop disease control: a review. Ebvironmental Chemistry Letters, 2008. 6: p. 149-162.
 van Bruggen, A.H.C. and A.M. Semenov, In search of biological indicators for soil health and disease suppression. Applied Soil Ecology, 2000. 15: p. 13-24.
 Braunack, M.V. and D. McGarry, Is all that tillage necessary? . Australian Sugarcane 1998. 1(5): p. 12–14.
 Six, J., et al., Soil organic matter, biota and aggregation in temperate and tropical soils--Effects of no-tillage. Agronomie-Sciences des Productions Vegetales et de l'Environnement, 2002. 22(7-8): p. 755-776.
 Carter, M.R., Influence of reduced tillage systems on organic matter, microbial biomass, macro-aggregate distribution and structural stability of the surface soil in a humid climate. Soil and Tillage Research, 1992. 23(4): p. 361-372.
 Azooz, R.H. and M.A. Arshad, Soil infiltration and hydraulic conductivity under long term no-tillage and conventional tillage systems. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 1996 76: p. 143–152.
 Bajgai, Y., et al., A laboratory study of soil carbon dioxide emissions in a vertisol and an Alfisol due to incorporating corn residues and simulating tillage. Journal of Organic Systems 2011. 6(3): p. 20-26.
 Ogle, S.M., F.J. Breidt, and K. Paustian, Agricultural management impacts on soil organic carbon storage under moist and dry climatic conditions of temperate and tropical regions. Biogeochemistry, 2005. 72(1): p. 87-121.
 Feller, C. and M.H. Beare, Physical control of soil organic matter dynamics in the tropics. Geoderma, 1997. 79: p. 69-116.
 Hill, G.T., et al., Methods for assessing the composition and diversity of soil microbial communities. Applied Soil Ecology, 2000. 15(1): p. 25-36.
 Canbolat, M.Y., et al., Effect of plant growth-promoting bacteria and soil compaction on barley seedling growth, nutrient uptake, soil properties and rhizosphere microflora. Biological Fertility Soils, 2006. 42: p. 350-357.
 Dick, R.P., D.D. Myrold, and E.A. Kerle, Microbial biomass and soil enzyme activity in compacted and rehabilitated skid soils. Soil Science Society of American Journal, 1988. 52: p. 512-516.
 Pupin, B., O.d.S. Freddi, and E. Nahas, Microbial alterations of the soil influenced by induced compaction. Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo, 2009. 33(5): p. 1207-1213.
 Whalley, W.R., E. Dumitru, and A.R. Dexter, Biological effects of soil compaction. Soil & Tillage Research, 1995. 35: p. 53-68.
 Miransari, M., et al., Using arbuscular mycorrhiza to reduce the stressful effects of soil compaction on corn (Zea mays L.) growth. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2007. 39(8): p. 2014-2026.
 Pengthamkeerati, P., et al., Soil compaction and poultry litter effects on factors affecting nitrogen availability in a claypan soil. Soil and Tillage Research, 2006. 91(1): p. 109-119.
 Brzezinska, M., et al., Effect of oxygen deficiency on soil dehydrogenase activity in a pot experiment with triticale cv. Jago vegetation. International Agrophysics, 2001. 15(3): p. 145-150.
 Taylor, J.P., et al., Comparison of microbial numbers and enzymatic activities in surface soils and subsoils using various techniques. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2002. 34(3): p. 387-401.
 Teep, R., et al., Nitrous oxide emission and methane consumption following compaction of forest soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2004. 68: p. 605-611.