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Relation of the classification of cuban west indies soils with the soil taxonomy and the fao unesco list i. ferritic and ferrallitic soils



Relation of the classification of cuban west indies soils with the soil taxonomy and the fao unesco list i. ferritic and ferrallitic soils



Ciencias de la Agricultura (36): 123-131



Ferritic and ferrallitic soil subtypes of the second genetic classification of Cuban soils are correlated with the subgroups of soil taxonomy and the FAO/UNESCO list. The lack of correspondence among the analyzed taxa is explained.

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