Alfisol

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Alfisol

[′al·fə‚sōl]
(geology)
An order of soils with gray to brown surface horizons, a medium-to-high base supply, and horizons of clay accumulation.
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1988), the major groups of soils are Alfisols and Inceptisols in the dry thorn and dry deciduous forests; Inceptisols, Alfisols and Mollisols in the moist deciduous forest; and Alfisols, Mollisols and Entisols in the semi-evergreen forest.
Response of potato grown from TPS to integrated use of organic manures and fertilizers in alfisols of eastern dry zone of Karnataka.
Effect of integration of Flyash with fertilizers and organic manures on nutrient availability, yield and nutrient uptake of rice in alfisols.
The data points are marked to differentiate among mollisols, alfisols and wetland soils.
Integrated nutrient management in rice sunflower cropping system in alfisols.
Ukraine is mainly covered by three types of soil: alfisols, mollisols, and entisols.
Performance of mustard varieties on alfisols of Rayataseema Region of Andhra Pradesh.
Soils included Mollisols, Vertisols, Alfisols, and Entisols (Hatch and Pluhar, 1993).