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soil chemistry - trace elements - Asia
Groups of Soil with Same responsibility to Contamination by Microelements. Potential Danger of Soil Polution by Toxic Elements [Map]
soil pollution - trace elements - World

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Trace Elements in Soil Profiles of Israel : The Soils of the Mediterranean Zone and the Soils of the Desert Zone [Monograph]
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trace elements - soil profiles - desert soils - xeric soils - Israel
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analytical methods - soil analysis - trace elements - India - Asia
Micronutrients and the nutrient status of soils : a global study [Monograph]
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metallic elements - trace elements - fertilizers - nutrition physiology - soil - soil chemistry - World
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soil chemical properties - fertilizers - soil fertility - trace elements - India
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Jacks, G.V. \ 1967
soil organic matter - plant nutrition - potassium - phosphate - nitrogen - trace elements - crop growth models
Generalized Cu, Fe, Mn and Zn Contents of the Major Soils of the World Related to Citri- and Viticulture. [Monograph]
Geelen Consultancy \ ISRIC \ 1995
trace elements - World - Central America - Caribbean - Africa - Australian Oceania - New Zealand Oceania - South America - Asia
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