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Remarks on the water stability of aggregates from the humus horizons of very fine sand soil



Remarks on the water stability of aggregates from the humus horizons of very fine sand soil



Roczniki Gleboznawcze 30(1): 99-106



Data are presented on the water stability of aggregates in two degraded chernozems, three brown soils and two brown alluvial soils.

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