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Investigations by the agricultural chemistry stations on the trace element content of Polish soils. Part II. The content of available forms of trace elements in various soil types



Investigations by the agricultural chemistry stations on the trace element content of Polish soils. Part II. The content of available forms of trace elements in various soil types



Roczniki Gleboznawcze 25(3): 21-53



Available forms of trace elements were generally found to accumulate in specific horizons. Mn, Cu, B and Zn contents decreased with depth. The highest content of Mn was found in river alluvial and podzolic soils, of Cu in chernozems and river alluvial soils, and of B and Mo in bog and river alluvial soils.

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