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Macro and trace element content in soil solution of arable and forest soils developed from loess



Macro and trace element content in soil solution of arable and forest soils developed from loess



Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 434(I): 449-455



K, Na, NO3, Cl, and PO4 values in soil solutions of arable soil profiles were lower than in forest soils. All horizons of forest soils contained larger amounts of Mn and Fe.

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