Data from: Soil microbes alter herbivore-induced volatile emissions in response to cereal cropping systems

Shealyn Malone, Amy Trowbridge, David Weaver, Fabian Menalled, Tim Seipel & Megan Hofland
Soil microbes can influence the emissions of plant volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which serve as host-location cues for insect pests and their natural enemies. Agricultural practices steer unique soil microbial communities, but how this influences crop VOCs and subsequent insect attraction remains unknown. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of diversified agricultural practices on constitutive and herbivore-induced VOC emissions by crops through soil-microbe legacy effects. In a full factorial experiment, we...
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