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The regime of salts in the soils near Kiskore reservoir on the basis of investigations carried out since 1981

Agricultural Engineering Proceedings of the 11th international congress on agricultural engineering ( 11): 275-280

The regime of salts in the soils near Kiskore reservoir on the basis of investigations carried out since 1981

Investigations of the soluble salt contents of the soils near the Kiskore reservoir, Hungary showed that falling groundwater levels and the drainage efficiency were the main factors determining the favourable soil salt regime.

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