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Paddy field consolidation status in Yeongnam areas and measures for its improvement

, : Paddy field consolidation status in Yeongnam areas and measures for its improvement. RDA Journal of Agricultural Science, Soil and Fertilizer 38(1): 389-395

A study of the title areas of the Korea Republic indicated that 82% consists of fine-textured soils, and ~68% occurs on gentle slopes, slopes, valleys, alluvial fans, terraces or mountain footslopes. Physical and chemical properties affected by incorrect land management are described.

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