Use of Chemical Amendments to Improve Chemical Properties of Soil

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1980-06
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McCall, Wade W.
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University of Hawaii
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Soils should be in good condition, both physically and chemically, to provide for optimum growth of plants. Many soils are unsuited for this purpose and need amending to improve these properties. Soil amendments are the materials added to the soil for the purpose of making soils better suited for plant growth.
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soil amendments, soil chemical properties, soil management
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McCall WW. 1980. Use of chemical amendments to improve chemical properties of soil. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 2 p. (General Home Garden Series; GHGS-17).
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2 pages
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