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Humic acids of the peat-bog soils of the Yakhroma River Valley



Humic acids of the peat-bog soils of the Yakhroma River Valley



Pochvovedenie (9): 53-60



The chemical and physicochemical properties of humic acids of these highly productive soils under natural conditions and after prolonged cultivation were investigated.

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