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Soil physical properties affecting plant growth in relation to the degree of compactness



Soil physical properties affecting plant growth in relation to the degree of compactness



Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 405: 121-125



The relationships between the soil compaction, as expressed by the degree of compactness and penetration resistance, air-filled porosity and volumetric heat capacity in relation to soil water status of three soils were studied.

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