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Physicochemical and chemical changes in flooded soils

, : Physicochemical and chemical changes in flooded soils. Informe Agropecuario 13(152/88): 14-21

The effects of flooding on physicochemical and chemical changes in floodplain soils are described, including redox processes, pH and N, P, S, Mn, Fe and micronutrient tranformations.

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