Subsurface Soil Acidification in Farming Systems: Its Possible Causes and Management Options
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Book TitleMolecular Environmental Soil Science
EditorsXu J Sparks DL
SeriesProgress in Soil Science
Pagination24p. (p. 389-412)
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Science & TechnologyLife Sciences & BiomedicineEnvironmental SciencesSoil ScienceEnvironmental Sciences & EcologyAgricultureBiological ameliorationC cycleCation-anion uptakeN cycleCrop residuesSubsoil acidityINCREASES RHIZOSPHERE ALKALIZATIONSURFACE-INCORPORATED LIMELOW RAINFALL REGIONSACID SOILSSUBSOIL ACIDITYCHEMICAL-COMPOSITIONWESTERN-AUSTRALIAALUMINUM TOXICITYROOT-GROWTHPH CHANGES