Apparent soil electrical conductivity : applications for designing and evaluating field-scale experiments

  title={Apparent soil electrical conductivity : applications for designing and evaluating field-scale experiments},
  author={C. K. Johnsona and K. M. Eskridgeb and D. L. Corwinc},
  • C. K. Johnsona, K. M. Eskridgeb, D. L. Corwinc
  • Published 2005
On-farm field-scale research has become increasingly common with the advent of new technologies. While promoting a realistic systems perspective, field-scale experiments do not lend themselves to the traditional design concepts of replication and blocking. Previously, a farm-scale dryland experiment in northeastern Colorado was conducted to evaluate apparent electrical conductivity (EC a) classification (within-field blocking) as a basis for estimating plot-scale experimental error. Comparison… CONTINUE READING
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