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Characterization of eroded cupolas and slopes of Pleistocene locations in the north of the GDR and causes of yield losses


, : Characterization of eroded cupolas and slopes of Pleistocene locations in the north of the GDR and causes of yield losses. Archiv fur Acker und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 27(1): 35-46

Studies in eroded cupolas, slopes, and loam outcrops of Pleistocene locations revealed marked differences between the high slope and the foot of slope with regard to the topsoil and subsoil substrata, and relief-dependent differences between the physical, biological and chemical parameters of the soil. Consequently, great differences were observed in stand density and yield.

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