Soil Reaction in Relation to Forestry and its Determination by Simple Tests
Soil reaction affects the growth of trees by influencing the availability of nutrients, potency of toxic agents, activity of the useful and parasitic soil organisms and physical condition of the soil. A knowledge of soil reaction of the forest nursery and planting sites is, therefore, necessary for the successful growing of seedlings and reforestation. Soil reaction is now easily and quickly determined by means of simple tests, referred to in the paper.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Wisconsin Conservation Department
Publication date: 1934-04-01
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