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Applied microbiological studies on rice fields. I. Nature of paddies during the cultivation of rice plants


Applied microbiological studies on rice fields. I. Nature of paddies during the cultivation of rice plants



J. Soc. Trop. Agric, Taiwan 14: 254-290



In rice fields the pH and NH4 content are always higher and the SO3 and NO3 contents are lower in the water than in the underlying soil..The amount of SO3 in the soil does not change with depth.

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