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Trace-element supply in soils of the Halle-Magdeburg districts. 5. Effects of different soil factors on the Mo content of arable soils



Trace-element supply in soils of the Halle-Magdeburg districts. 5. Effects of different soil factors on the Mo content of arable soils



Albrecht-Thaer-Arch 14: 139-145



Extractable Mo contents were mostly between 0.04 and 0.7 ppm (average 0.161 ppm) and were generally lower in loess soils and diluvial sediments than in alluvial and eluvial soils.

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