Fundamentals of soil science
A revised, comprehensive, introductory text covering soil science. Designed for undergraduates majoring in agriculture. Provides a balance between principles and practice, integrating all environmental topics. Covers temperate versus tropical and humid versus arid regions. Includes many photos of Asian and Canadian soils and agronomic practice. Examines tropical and northern soils, acidity in soils, and soil formation.
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Soil as a Medium for Plant Growth
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