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Assessment of soil susceptibility to compaction using soil and climate data bases



Assessment of soil susceptibility to compaction using soil and climate data bases



Soil and Tillage Research 10(1): 29-38



Owing to a wide range of soil types, climatic conditions and crop species, it is impossible to make a quantitative general statement about the effects that agricultural wheel traffic can have on soil compaction and plant response. There is a need to develop a methodology to assess the susceptibility of a given soil to compact and to predict the subsequent plant response.

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