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Effects of clearing secondary forest on a yellow latosol of the Ribeira Valley, Sao Paulo, Brazil. I. Dynamics of physical and chemical properties and maize production



Effects of clearing secondary forest on a yellow latosol of the Ribeira Valley, Sao Paulo, Brazil. I. Dynamics of physical and chemical properties and maize production



Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 11(2): 205-213



Three methods of clearing residual material from manually cut secondary forest in Brazil were compared: (a) all material left on site (mounded), (b) total burning, (c) total clearing with a bulldozer. For chemical characterization the yellow latosol (Ultic Haplorthox) was sampled at five depths (0-4, 4-10, 10-20, 20-40, 60-80 cm) at intervals until 30 months after clearing. Bulk density was measured three times. Maize was cultivated on the plots without tillage or fertilizing.

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