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Examples of Soils pH scale Common acids and alkalis Pure water Rain water Coffee Vinegar Stomach acid Battery acid Lemon juice Sea water Milk of magnesia Bleach Sodium hydroxide Alkaline Sodic soils Calcareous soils

@inproceedings{Mccauley2009ExamplesOS,
  title={Examples of Soils pH scale Common acids and alkalis Pure water Rain water Coffee Vinegar Stomach acid Battery acid Lemon juice Sea water Milk of magnesia Bleach Sodium hydroxide Alkaline Sodic soils Calcareous soils},
  author={Anne Mccauley and Clain A. Jones and Jeffrey S. Jacobsen},
  year={2009}
}
Introduction This module is the eighth in a series of Extension materials designed to provide Extension agents, Certified Crop Advisers (CCAs), consultants, and producers with pertinent information on nutrient management issues. To make the learning ‘active,’ and to provide credits to Certified Crop Advisers, a quiz accompanies this module. In addition, realizing that there are many other good information sources, including previously developed Extension materials, books, web sites, and… Expand

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