Subsoils (taken from 50-60 cm soil depth) of an Australian Orthic Ferralsol
(>60% clay; classification according to World Reference Base for Soil Resources, IUSS Working Group WRB (2015)) and a German Haplic Luvisol (classification according to World Reference Base for Soil Resources, IUSS Working Group WRB (2015)) were chosen for this study, since both exhibited low soil-solution P concentrations, along with high degrees of P sorption capacity, but different soil textures and thus physico-chemical conditions (Table 1).
Soil macrofauna under integrated crop-livestock systems in a Brazilian Cerrado Ferralsol
. Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, vol.
Nutrient availability and leaching in an archaeological anthrosol and a ferralsol
of the Central Amazon basin: fertilizer, manure and charcoal amendments.
The soil was characterized as a typical Rhodic Ferralsol
The Cape Coast soil is classified as Alfisols , and the Aiyinase soil is classified as Haplic Ferralsol
Within this context, the objective of the present work was to characterize the arsenic sorption capacity of a tailored technosol composed of a ferralsol
with 25531 mg/kg of Fe (2% w/w, associated with Fe and Mn oxides) and multicomponent nanoparticles synthesized from orange peel residues.
The soil used in the study was a Ferralsol
whose initial properties were determined before the establishment of the experiment and are presented in Table 1.
Soil Relevant physical properties of HSG the study area soil Ferralsol
Moderate restrictive layer between 50 B and 100 cm; medium clayey or very clayey texture; highly weathered soil; medium to low presence of iron oxide.
The predominant soil type in this area of Gabon was ferralsol
, which is red and yellow weathered soil.
Cid, "Soil penetrometer resistance spatial variability in a Ferralsol
at several soil moisture conditions," Soil & Tillage Research, vol.
Impact of agricultural management on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in Kenyan ferralsol
. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 119: 22-32.