A Preliminary Study On Properties Of Organo-Mineral Complex Of Paddy Soils in Taihu Lake Region
Soil Structure is an important factor in determining soil fertility, and is closely related to the quantity and properties of the organo-mineral complex of the soil.
KeywordsPaddy Soil Ultrasonic Vibration Heavy Fraction Colloidal Complex Taihu Lake Region
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