By W S Wilson
The papers during this quantity offer a balanced account of advancements in soil natural subject learn. It makes a speciality of composition and constitution, water caliber, natural subject turnover, humus caliber and fertility, and is key examining for all these all in favour of the environmental points of soil conservation and development
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P. A. R. M. L. ), J. 558. A. Baldock, GJ. M. Oades D E P A R T M E N T O F SOIL SCIENCE. W A I T E A G R I C U L T U R A L RESEARCH INSTITUTE, T H E U N I V E R S I T Y OF A D E L A I D E , G L E N O S M O N D , SOUTH A U S T R A L I A 5064 1 INTRODUCTION In its broadest sense the term soil organic matter encompasses all organic materials contained in soil and can be viewed as a complex heterogeneous mixture o f living, dead and decomposing plant, animal and microbial tissues and detritus. The complexity of soil organic matter when considered in conjunction with the fact that a significant portion of it is bound to the soil mineral fraction has made its chemical characterization difficult.
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