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" These soils have in the surface 8 inches approximately 2,000 pounds of phosphorus per acre; from 30,000 to 40,000 pounds of potassium; and approximately 10,000 pounds of nitrogen. Since they are surrounded by highland, the subsoils of which are rich in... "
Bulletin - Page 56
1916
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Soil survey of Waushara County, Wisconsin

Andrew R. Whitson, Warren Jacob Geib, Guy Woolard Conrey, Arthur Henry Kuhlman, James W. Nelson, United States. Bureau of Soils - Soil surveys - 1913 - 63 pages
...with its larger content of plant food. These soils have in the surface 8 inches approximately 2000 pounds of phosphorus per acre; from 30,000 to 40,000...continuously dissolved and carried to the lower lands by percolating waters, they are as a rule not acid, and in fact usually contain considerable quantities...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1913
...with its larger content of plant food. These soils have in the surface 8 inches approximately 2000 pounds of phosphorus per acre ; from 30,000 to 40,000...continuously dissolved and carried to the lower lands by percolating waters, they are as a rule not acid, and in fact usually contain considerable quantities...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1913
...with its larger content of plant food. These soils have in the surface 8 inches approximately 2000 pounds of phosphorus per acre; from 30,000 to 40,000...being continuously dissolved and carried to the lower lauds by percolating waters, they are as a rule not acid, and in fact usually contain considerable...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1913
...These soils have in the surface 8 inches approximately 2000 pounds of phosphorus per acre; from HO, 000 to 40,000 pounds of potassium; and approximately 10,000...continuously dissolved and carried to the lower lands by percolating waters, they are as a rule not acid, and in fact usually contain considerable quantities...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1916 - 87 pages
...cent. 0.2 Per cent. 0.8 Per cent. 6.1 Per cent. 8.8 Per cent. 63.9 Per cent. 19.9 Soil Subsoil .0 .3 .8 4.1 7.7 73.9 13.1 CLYDE LOAM Extent and distribution....continuously dissolved and carried to the lower lands by percolating waters, they are as a rule not acid, and in fact usually contain considerable quantities...
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Reconnoissance Soil Survey of South Part of North Central Wisconsin, Issue 52

Warren Jacob Geib, Theodore J. Dunnewald, Clinton B. Post, Arthur Elijah Taylor, J. B. R. Dickey, Carl Thompson - Soil surveys - 1918 - 108 pages
...2000 pound of phosphorus per acre; from 30.000 to 40.000 pounds of potassium; and approximately 10.000 pounds of nitrogen. Since they are surrounded by highland,...continuously dissolved and carried to the lower lands by percolating waters, they are as a rule not acid, and in fact usually contain considerable quantities...
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Bulletin

Geology - 1918
...its larger content of plant food. These soils have in the surface 8 inches approximately 2000 pound of phosphorus per acre ; from 30,000 to 40,000 pounds...are surrounded by highland, the subsoils of which arc rich in ground limestone which is being continuously dissolved and carried to the lower lands by...
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Soil Survey of Milwaukee County, Issue 56

Andrew Robeson Whitson, Warren Jacob Geib, Theodore J. Dunnewald - Soil surveys - 1919 - 63 pages
...are formed along the border line between upland light colored soils and peaty and muck marsh soils, they are intermediate in chemical composition between...continuously dissolved and carried to the lower lands by percolating waters, they are as a rule not acid, and in fact usually contain considerable quantities...
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