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Effects of cocoa planting systems on the chemical properties of Brazilian Amazon soils



Effects of cocoa planting systems on the chemical properties of Brazilian Amazon soils



Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 10(1): 67-70



The effect of cocoa intercropped with different shade species on the chemical properties of Brazilian Amazon soils was evaluated in two experiments in the north of Mato Grosso State and on the transamazonian highway (Para State). The cocoa plantations used were established in terra roxa estruturada and red yellow podzolic soils under thinned forest or secondary regrowth, or intercropped with food crops, oil crops or forest trees after the slash and burn of the natural vegetation.

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