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Soil water content: a practical guide for comparing crop management practices
The water content of a soil is a complementary and necessary indicator in many soil analyses. Soil water content has traditionally been expressed as the ratio of the mass of water present in a sample to the mass of the ...
Soil aggregate distribution by dry sieving: a practical guide for comparing crop management practices
From a physical perspective, the soil matrix is generally conceptualized as being constituted by soil aggregates (filled spaces) or secondary soil units, and pores (empty spaces) (Soil Science Society of America, 1997; Lal ...