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Characterization of the chemical and physical soil properties of the Becket, Colton, Finch, Lyman, Masardis, Naumburg, and Skerry soil mapping units


Technical Bulletin, Maine Agricultural Experiment Station (108): 95
Characterization of the chemical and physical soil properties of the Becket, Colton, Finch, Lyman, Masardis, Naumburg, and Skerry soil mapping units
Soil morphology and soil characterization studies were done on seven soil mapping units in Maine. Chemical and physical measurements of each soil mapping unit were made in the laboratory. Weighted means of the soil properties measured are reported in Appendix A. Soil profile description and data from laboratory determinations are tabulated in Appendix B.


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