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Examination of the accumulation of soluble organic substances in Podzols



Examination of the accumulation of soluble organic substances in Podzols



Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 55(II): 791-796



The form of organic substances accumulated in Podzol B horizons will be determined by the amount and kind of translocated organic matter and by the predominant accumulation mechanism. In sesquioxide-poor substrates under Calluna litter, a thick humus horizon is found. In unsaturated soil, humus accumulation and pore discontinuities influence the formation of a humus band.

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