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Contributions on the properties of deep ploughed soil and their influence on grapevine chlorosis

Contributions on the properties of deep ploughed soil and their influence on grapevine chlorosis

Buletinul Institutului Agronomic Cluj Napoca, Agricultura 40: 69-74

Tabulated data on the density, porosity, water relations and chemical composition of the soil are presented. Where chlorosis was marked soil pH was 8.35-8.42 and soil CaCO3 content was 3.41-26.67%, compared with soil pH of 7.92-8.13 and soil CaCO3 content of 0.30-16.14% where chlorosis was not evident; chlorosis was also most marked where the degree of soil settling was greatest.

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