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Fig. S1. Map of the field plot trial, located in the grounds of Lincoln University, New Zealand (43°38′52.58″S, 172°28′08.60″E). The paddock site was initially drilled with a mixture of monocotyledonous (Lolium perenne and Dactylus glomerata) and dicotyledenous plants (Trifolium pratense and T. repens). The 32 plots (each 5 × 5 m) were each surrounded by a 2 m wide path, regularly mown. The eight treatments were applied in a randomized-block design with four replicate plots per treatment. The meanings of treatment codes (e.g., MIBLN0) are detailed in Table 1.

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Appendix S1. Experimental procedures.

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Table S1. Diversity measures obtained for ARISA profiles from different experimental plots. Data are means obtained from 20 soil samples for each treatment combination (4 plots × 5 pseudoreplicates) ± one standard error.

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