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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This maybe due to the low clay content (i.e., sandy nature) of this site's alfisol soil which exposes the organic matter to microbial decomposition.
Poultry manure effects on soil properties, leaf nutrient sraties, growth and yield of cocoyam in a tropical Alfisol. Nigerian Journal of soil Science, 22(2): 30-39.
Effect of Integrated Application of Soil Amendment on Nutrient uptake and Soil Properties on a tropical Alfisol. Journal of Soil Science, 21(2): 24-34.
Rotation of maize with cowpea improves yield and nutrient use of maize compared to maize monocropping in an alfisol in the northern Guinea Savanna of Ghana.
The experiment was conducted in 60-liter pots filled with 84 kg of a sandy loam texture Alfisol (Argissolo Vermelho Amarelo - Embrapa, 2006).
Bioremediation of an Alfisol contaminated with spent oil and its quality Assessment using micro-morphological analysis.
Response of a Promiscuous Soybean Cultivar to Rhizobial inoculation and phosphorus in Nigeria's Southern Guinea Savanna Alfisol. Nig.