Data from: Contrasting patterns of functional diversity in coffee root fungal communities associated with organic and conventionally-managed fields

Laura Aldrich-Wolfe, Elizabeth Sternhagen, Logan Schmaltz, Riley McGlynn, Eliza Hartmann, Peter Johnson, W. Gaya Shivega, Katie Black, Rebecca Asheim Keller & Stefanie Vink
The structure and function of fungal communities in the coffee rhizosphere is shaped by crop environment. Because coffee can be grown along a management continuum from conventional application of pesticides and fertilizers in full sun to organic management in a shaded understory, we used coffee fields to hold host constant while comparing rhizosphere fungal communities in markedly different environmental conditions with regard to shade and inputs. We characterized the shade and soil environment in 25...
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