Assessment of soil structure of Luvisols developed from loess classified in various complexes of agricultural suitability

@inproceedings{Paluszek2013AssessmentOS,
  title={Assessment of soil structure of Luvisols developed from loess classified in various complexes of agricultural suitability},
  author={Jan Paluszek},
  year={2013}
}
The objective of the study was the estimation of the aggregate size distribution and water stability of aggregates in Luvisols developed from loess, classified in three agricultural suitability complexes of soils used in Poland: very good wheat (1), good wheat (2) and deficient wheat complex (3). Soils classified in the very good wheat complex had a significantly higher content of air-dry aggregates with sizes in the range of 0.25–10 mm than those classified in the good wheat and deficient… CONTINUE READING
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