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Characterization of some physical properties of zeolite in relation to its use as a conditioner for light soils


, : Characterization of some physical properties of zeolite in relation to its use as a conditioner for light soils. Pochvoznanie i Agrokhimiya 17(4): 111-116

From a study of the water holding properties of ground zeolite it was concluded that the mineral should be ground into particles < 0.5 mm for use as a soil conditioner.

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