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2 edition of Soils in Worcestershire I found in the catalog.

Soils in Worcestershire I

J. M. Hollis

Soils in Worcestershire I

Sheet SO 87 (Kidderminster)

by J. M. Hollis

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Published by Soil Survey of Englandand Wales .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby J.M. Hollis and J.M. Hodgson.
SeriesSoil Survey Record -- no.18
ContributionsHodgson, J. M.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19709234M

Cultivating soils aids in weed control, aeration, and water infiltration, but can make soils more susceptible to erosion. Conservation tillage reduces tillage, leaving crop residues on the soil surface to decrease erosion. Soils and Societal Issues Population Growth Enlarging populations increase the pressure on soil resources for food production.


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