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Conditions, genesis and value of recultivated loess soils in the region of Rhine lignite mining



Conditions, genesis and value of recultivated loess soils in the region of Rhine lignite mining



Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenernahrung und Bodenkunde 148(2): 131-146



Physical, chemical, microbiological and micromorphological investigations on loess deposits that were formed during 1963-1968, and have since been under cultivation showed that dry deposited materials are often strongly compacted at 50-120 cm depth. Wet or dry deposited materials may be compacted at 30-50 cm by tillage. The new soils already show a notable carbonate metabolism, a loss of sodium and magnesium and some enrichment in humus and potassium.

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