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Causes of poor water penetration in soils studied - - conclusions discussed

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M. R. Huberty

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California Agriculture 1(2):2-3.

Published January 01, 1947

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Abstract

Many soils which in their native condition were of good tilth, of low density, and highly permeable to water, have lost their fine structure and have become compacted when placed under cultivation.

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Causes of poor water penetration in soils studied - - conclusions discussed

M. R. Huberty
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Causes of poor water penetration in soils studied - - conclusions discussed

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Authors

M. R. Huberty

Publication Information

California Agriculture 1(2):2-3.

Published January 01, 1947

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Abstract

Many soils which in their native condition were of good tilth, of low density, and highly permeable to water, have lost their fine structure and have become compacted when placed under cultivation.

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