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A correction for soil contamination of herbage samples by dry ashing

A correction for soil contamination of herbage samples by dry ashing

New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 18(1): 69-71

ISSN/ISBN: 0028-8233

DOI: 10.1080/00288233.1975.10430389

Known amounts of soil added to clean samples of ryegrass or white clover herbage could be equally well estimated by either the ashing method or the titanium method. The former method was therefore preferable because of its greater speed and simplicity.

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