Hundredth molar calcium chloride extraction procedure. part II: Calibration with conventional soil testing methods for pH

@inproceedings{Fotyma1998HundredthMC,
  title={Hundredth molar calcium chloride extraction procedure. part II: Calibration with conventional soil testing methods for pH},
  author={Mariusz Fotyma and Tamara Jadczyszyn and Grzegorz J{\'o}zefaciuk},
  year={1998}
}
Abstract Soil pH is probably the most important, single, parameter characterizing its fertility. For theoretical and practical reasons the soil pH is usually measured in salt solutions of different strength. The most common solution used in Europe is 1M potassium chloride (KCl) in a soil/solution ratio of 1:2.5 (W/V). The ultimate goal of the international project Copernicus of the European Community is to develop a uniform soil testing program based on the universal 0.01M calcium chloride… CONTINUE READING