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Authors: Sukumara Pillai, V
KAU
Advisor: Money, N S
Title: Physico-chemical and microbial studies on some 'Kari' soils of Kerala
Publisher: Division of Agricultural Chemistry, Agricultural College and Research Institute, Vellayani
Language: en
Type: Thesis
Pages: 79p.
Keywords: Agricultural Chemistry, Nitrogen transformations in soils, Nonsymbiotic nitrogen fixation
Abstract: A study has been made of the morphological, physiochemical and microbiological properties of four typical profiles from the Kari areas of Vaikom Taluk. The soils are black to dark grey in colour, and can be texturally classed as clays or clay-loams. There is an irregular distribution of the soil separates in the profile , suggesting their formation by deposition and sedimentation.
Description: PG
Subject: Agricultural Chemicals
Theme: Physico-chemical and microbial studies on some 'Kari' soils
These Type: M.Sc
Issue Date: 1964
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