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Accumulation of organic substances and nutrients in soil with the afterharvest and root residues of fallow crops


, : Accumulation of organic substances and nutrients in soil with the afterharvest and root residues of fallow crops. Soviet Soil Science 6(1): 42-46

Translated from Agrokhimiya (1974) No. 2, 15-19.

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