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Dynamics of some factors of soil climate at different degrees of soil compaction



Dynamics of some factors of soil climate at different degrees of soil compaction



Rostl. Vyroba, 15: 365-376



Soil water content increased with degree of compaction, but differences in moisture were statistically significant only for the highest degrees of soil compaction. The air content showed an inverse trend. The minimum air capacity declined significantly with apparent density. CO2 content increased with apparent density. In blocks with crops the CO2content showed an exponential trend as distinct from linear dependence in blocks without crops.

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