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to make fertile

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The fertilising effect Is due to Iron-rich sediment that has eroded from the Antarctic continent and become trapped within the Icebergs.
Oversowing and fertilising reduced the amount of bare ground and transformed the vegetation to a species composition dominated by the introduced adventives Anthoxanthum odoratum and Agrostis capillaris.
Although many of the effects associated with oversowing and fertilising, such as increased organic matter content of A horizons and increased biological activity, are positive, these effects must be balanced against the economic risk associated with being committed to a high-input farming system, the loss of low-producing but resilient native species, and increase of plant-pathogenic nematodes.
Fertilising increases dry matter production,and through nutrient cycling, organic matter is returned to the soil and soil carbon (C) content is increased (McIntosh et al.
A study of a soil monitoring network on Longslip Station, Omarama, recorded the soil changes such as organic matter accumulation and topsoil acidification resulting from fertilising since 1978 (McIntosh et al.