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Evaluation of agro physical properties of irrigated soils


, : Evaluation of agro physical properties of irrigated soils. Pochvovedenie (7): 52-59

Studies of irrigated soils under cotton in Uzbekistan [USSR] led to a preliminary rating scheme for physical properties evaluation. This scheme may contribute to more efficient work on soil classification, rating and to the elaboration of practical measures aimed at the increase of soil fertility.

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