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Climatic changes and energetic efficiency in agriculture: focusing on hydric stress, organic management and soil biology

Grant number: 16/18944-3
Support type:Research Program on Global Climate Change - Thematic Grants
Duration: July 01, 2017 - June 30, 2022
Field of knowledge:Agronomical Sciences - Agronomy
Principal Investigator:Elke Jurandy Bran Nogueira Cardoso
Grantee:Elke Jurandy Bran Nogueira Cardoso
Home Institution: Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz (ESALQ). Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Piracicaba , SP, Brazil
Co-Principal Investigators:Itamar Soares de Melo
Assoc. researchers: Agnès Amandine Robin ; Carlos Eduardo Pellegrino Cerri ; Cristina Maria Nobre Sobral de Vilhena da Cruz Houghton ; Fernando Dini Andreote ; Marcilio de Almeida ; Marco Antonio Nogueira ; Paulo Roger Lopes Alves ; Paulo Sergio Pavinato ; Rogério Melloni ; Ruth Rebeca Bonilla Buitrago ; Sergio Kenji Homma
Associated scholarship(s):20/02983-5 - Anatomical analysis of roots from different cultivation systems, BP.IC
19/27682-0 - Relationship between management systems and soil microorganisms: effects on microbiota and plant growth promoting microorganisms, BP.PD
19/13436-8 - Mitigation of water stress in maize (Zea mays L.) after arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and growth promoting rhizobacteria inoculation, BP.DR
+ associated scholarships 19/09944-8 - Use of microbial consortia in agricultural soils, BP.IC
18/24703-4 - Soil fauna evaluation in organic and conventional agricultural systems, BP.TT
18/07657-9 - The removal of forest residues and its reflex on the soil nutrient cycling microbiome, BP.PD
18/14600-3 - Anatomical analysis of roots from different cultivation systems, BP.IC
18/14589-0 - The interaction between soil microbial diversity and the plants colonization by arbuscular micorrystal fungi (AMFS), BP.IC
17/24785-8 - The role of the soil microbiota in the attenuation of hydric stress in plants, BP.PD
17/16608-9 - Relationship between mycorrhizal fungi and eucalyptus species with different levels of water stress tolerance, BP.MS
17/18994-3 - Relationship between cropping systems and soil microorganisms: effects on microbiota and plant development promoters, BP.PD - associated scholarships

Abstract

Agriculture is the central pillar of human social structure. On this activity lies the generation of food, energy, clothing and many other essential products to society. However, this activity can also act as a causal agent of important environmental changes, such as soil contamination with agricultural inputs (pesticides and fertilizers), and the Greenhouse Gases (GG) emissions. Given this scenario, it is desirable for the society that the agricultural practices minimize these effects. Due to minimal use of agricultural inputs the organic agriculture and the organic matter addition has been outstanding for the international community. One of the concerns for these practices is the improvement of organic matter management and the decrease of emissions of GG. A second concern for the world and Brazil has been a preoccupation with the climatic effects, such as water stress caused by the increasing drought cycles. In this context, the use of xerophilic microorganisms emerges as a promising option to minimize the losses in agricultural productivity due to drought. This proposal aims at optimizing methods for organic matter management, as well as for testing microbial consortia that minimize the effects of water stress. Hence, in an innovative way, this project aims to contemplate a better understanding of the microbial community in organic agricultural environments optimizing processes for energy efficiency and tolerance to water stress. (AU)

Scientific publications (6)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
ROBIN, AGNES; PRADIER, CELINE; SANGUIN, HERVE; MAHE, FREDERIC; LAMBAIS, GEORGE RODRIGUES; DE ARAUJO PEREIRA, ARTHUR PRUDENCIO; GERMON, AMANDINE; SANTANA, MAIELE CINTRA; TISSEYRE, PIERRE; PABLO, ANNE-LAURE; HEUILLARD, PAULINE; SAUVADET, MARIE; BOUILLET, JEAN-PIERRE; ANDREOTE, FERNANDO DINI; PLASSARD, CLAUDE; DE MORAES GONCALVES, JOSE LEONARDO; BRAN NOGUEIRA CARDOSO, ELKE JURANDY; LACLAU, JEAN-PAUL; HINSINGER, PHILIPPE; JOURDAN, CHRISTOPHE. How deep can ectomycorrhizas go? A case study on Pisolithus down to 4 meters in a Brazilian eucalypt plantation. MYCORRHIZA, v. 29, n. 6, p. 637-648, NOV 2019. Web of Science Citations: 0.
GUIDETTI ZAGATTO, MAURICIO RUMENOS; DE ARAUJO PEREIRA, ARTHUR PRUDENCIO; DE SOUZA, ADIJAILTON JOSE; PEREIRA, CAROLINE MEDRADO; BALDESIN, LUIS FERNANDO; PEREIRA, RAFAEL FABRI; BRAN NOGUEIRA CARDOSO, ELKE JURANDY. Acacia mangium increases the mesofauna density and diversity in the litter layer in Eucalyptus grandis plantations. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY, v. 94, SEP-OCT 2019. Web of Science Citations: 0.
GUIDETTI ZAGATTO, MAURICIO RUMENOS; ZANAO JUNIOR, LUIZ ANTONIO; DE ARAUJO PEREIRA, ARTHUR PRUDENCIO; ESTRADA-BONILLA, GERMAN; BRAN NOGUEIRA CARDOSO, ELKE JURANDY. Soil mesofauna in consolidated land use systems: how management affects soil and litter invertebrates. Scientia Agricola, v. 76, n. 2, p. 165-171, MAR-APR 2019. Web of Science Citations: 1.
GUIDETTI ZAGATTO, MAURICIO RUMENOS; DE ARAUJO PEREIRA, ARTHUR PRUDENCIO; DE SOUZA, ADIJAILTON JOSE; PEREIRA, RAFAEL FABRI; BALDESIN, LUIS FERNANDO; PEREIRA, CAROLINE MEDRADO; LOPES, RENAN VICCINO; BRAN NOGUEIRA CARDOSO, ELKE JURANDY. Interactions between mesofauna, microbiological and chemical soil attributes in pure and intercropped Eucalyptus grandis and Acacia mangium plantations. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, v. 433, p. 240-247, FEB 15 2019. Web of Science Citations: 3.
PEREIRA, ARTHUR P. A.; DURRER, ADEMIR; GUMIERE, THIAGO; GONCALVES, JOSE L. M.; ROBIN, AGNES; BOUILLET, JEAN-PIERRE; WANG, JUNTAO; VERMA, JAY P.; SINGH, BRAJESH K.; CARDOSO, ELKE J. B. N. Mixed Eucalyptus plantations induce changes in microbial communities and increase biological functions in the soil and litter layers. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, v. 433, p. 332-342, FEB 15 2019. Web of Science Citations: 3.
MAURÍCIO RUMENOS GUIDETTI ZAGATTO; LUIZ ANTÔNIO ZANÃO JÚNIOR; ARTHUR PRUDÊNCIO DE ARAÚJO PEREIRA; GERMAN ESTRADA-BONILLA; ELKE JURANDY BRAN NOGUEIRA CARDOSO. Soil mesofauna in consolidated land use systems: how management affects soil and litter invertebrates. Scientia Agricola, v. 76, n. 2, p. -, Abr. 2019.

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