Additionally, the information compiled on soil classification, dominant soil series
and parent material is rarely available from a single source.
A large number of soil series
based on physicochemical properties are present in Pakistan, however only few are dominant and covers ~70-80% of agricultural land.
e Uber-10 (30%N), Meister-20 (40%N), Meister-27 (40%N), Humate Coated Urea (45%N), Duration Polymer Coated Urea Type-V (43%N), Gold-N-Sulfur Coated Urea (41%N) and common urea (46%N) were applied to inland soil series
14] Studied the physico-chemical properties of some soil series
of Dir district and found that soil pH ranged from 6.
Georeferenced digital maps of soil series
for all three counties were obtained from the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
To commemorate its important role and historical significance in the development of Ontario's agri-food sector, the province is designating the Guelph Soil Series
as the official soil of Ontario.
They identify problems with poor geographic distribution, frequency and representation in the sampling methodology as well as changing soil series
names and maps without much new sampling (Webb et al.
These maps show the approximate boundaries of distinct soil series
and can serve as a good starting point for determining where a soil may change within a site.
The Gishkori soil series
with the highest clay content adsorbed highest quantity of phosphate followed by Tikken that adsorbed the least as contained 20% clay content.
The onsite system was installed in soils similar in characteristics to the Seabrook (Mixed, thermic Aquic Udipsamments) and Tarboro (Mixed, thermic Typic Udipsamments) soil series
Triplicate soil samples from each soil series
were analyzed for key soil properties.
Effect of zeolite and chemical fertilizer on the change of physical and chemical properties on Lat Ya soil series