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Handbook of Soils for Landscape Architects

Handbook of Soils for Landscape Architects
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1. Use of Soil Surveys for Landscape Architecture 2. Basic Information About Soils and Plants 3. Parts of a Soil (Soil Constituents)--Air, Water, Minerals, and Organic Matter 4. Physical Properties of Soils 5. Movement of Water Across Soils (Erosion) 6. Nature of Soil Erodibility 7. Controlling Erosion 8. Effective Water Use--Irrigation 9. Chemical Properties of Soils for Growing Plants 10. Soil Nutrients (Soil Fertility) 11. Macronutrients--Nitrogen 12. Macronutrients--Phosphorus and Potassium 13. Macronutrients--Calcium, Magnesium, and Sulfur 14. Micronutrients 15. Fertilizers 16. Soil Organic Matter 17. Diagnosing Plant Disorders 18. Engineering Aspects of Soil 19. Satellite Imagining, Image Technology, and Computer Programs References Index
Oxford University Press; January 2001
283 pages; ISBN 9780198028307
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