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Chapter 2: Sampling and Analysis of Soils and Plant Tissues: How to take representative samples, how the samples are tested
|Title:||Chapter 2: Sampling and Analysis of Soils and Plant Tissues: How to take representative samples, how the samples are tested|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii|
|Citation:||Hue NV, Uchida R, Ho MC. 2000. Sampling and analysis of soils and plant tissues: How to take representative samples, how the samples are tested. In: Silva JA, Uchida RS, editors. Plant nutrient management in Hawaii’s soils: approaches for tropical and subtropical agriculture. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. p. 23-30.|
|Abstract:||Scientific approaches to crop nutrient management are based on data obtained by analyzing soil and plant tissue samples. Careful sampling techniques will ensure a representative sample. Precise analytical methods will ensure reliable data. This chapter is based on procedures and techniques used by the CTAHR Agricultural Diagnostic Service Center (ADSC), which have been developed over many decades of research on soils of Hawaii and interpretation of their analysis data.|
|Appears in Collections:||Plant Nutrient Management|
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