Abstract：The soil water holding capacity of the bamboo forest under 4 management models in Huzhou city is studied. The results show that the maximum water holding capacity of soil ranges from 1 951.68 t/hm2 to 2 352.47 t/hm2, and the total porosity of soil in the bamboo forests ranges from 48.79% to 58.68% . There are significant differences between bamboo timber forest and bamboo shoot forest, but there is no significant difference among the 4 forest management models. The water conservation capacity of forest land is in the order of Phyllostachys pubescens timber forest > mixed bamboo forest (Ph. viridis, Ph. nigra var. henonis) > Ph. violascens forest > Ph. pubescens bamboo shoot forest. There is no significant difference in soil bulk density between 0-20 cm and > 20-40 cm depth. The total porosity and maximum water holding capacity are greater in the upper layer than in the lower layer. This indicates that the depth of bamboo rhizome distribution and the artificial application of organic fertilizer have the effect on the physical properties and water holding capacity of bamboo forest soil.
施惠江, 计玮玮, 章德友, 白洪青, 杨健, 俞婷婷, 陈康康, 朱炜. 浙江湖州不同经营类型竹林土壤持水能力比较[J]. 世界竹藤通讯, 2020, 18(6): 35-39.
Shi Huijiang, Ji Weiwei, Zhang Deyou, Bai Hongqing, Yang Jian, Yu Tingting, Chen Kangkang, Zhu Wei. Comparison of Soil Water Holding Capacity of Bamboo Forest under Different Management Models in Huzhou? Zhejiang Province. World Bamboo and Rattan, 2020, 18(6): 35-39.