Soil structure is how sand, silt and clay fractions are organized into aggregated or structural units. The three basic types of soil structure are single-ground, massive, and aggregated. Soils consisting of primarily coarse, granular sands that are completely unattached to each other have a single-grained soil structure.
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The lightness or heaviness of a soil, or soil texture, can be learned from the cation exchange capacity of the soil.READ MORE
Soil Sulfur levels can be affected by differences in soil texture, irrigation water, types of irrigation, soil drainage, sodium levels, and history of sulfur fertilization.READ MORE
This document should accompany soil samples that are being sent in for plant parasitic nematode testing.READ MORE