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Karen Daly 21h
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Jorge Mataix-Solera Jun 28
Thymus vulgaris in a Mediterranean soil profile for my little soil scientist.., I love science
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Jorge Mataix-Solera Jun 27
Soil color can inform about mineral composition, soil genesis processes, organic matter content,... Soil color is a key parameter in soil classification systems More pictures about science here:
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Mark Abney Jun 30
is fine smectitic mesic super active Aquic Argiudoll
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Dr. U S Awasthi Jun 27
Soil testing is one of the most important & integral part of Nutrition Management. The test result tells us about the various nutrient content present in soil. does the soil testing for farmers in their villages via soil testing vans. Few glimpses from .
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Soil morphology & micromorphology 22h
Stoops et al. (2020) would like to encourage colleagues in other countries to prepare similar papers, so that a series can be formed, covering many countries. This would be a useful tool for micromorphologists worldwide.
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Jorge Mataix-Solera Jun 30
An unusual way to see and understand what is; "the living epidermis of the earth". In the picture can be observed a part of a calcic horizon beneath the roots of the tree More pics:
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Steffen Schweizer 10h
Happy to say that I've succesfully defended my doctoral thesis today! What a ride. Thanks to everyone who has supported me through the years. I look forward to dive into further biogeochemical adventures soon at the forefront of and research.
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🌸 Riffat Wani 🌸 14h
Thanks to Technology who helped us to Exposed Real face and of forces on our . Otherwise, the world was and towards ... thanks to those you still got the courage to speak the truth and do not fear of These Armed terrorists
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Dr. U S Awasthi Jun 25
At , we take care of every aspect of farm, farmer, farming & agriculture. Right from fertility to the crop nutrition. Working continuously for the benifit of Farmers of the country.
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HsiangHui 12m
Organisms found on hike in the woods are like no other life on Earth
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EGU Soil Sciences Jun 29
🤔Did you know that one teaspoon of Amazon contains hundreds or thousands of microscopic life forms? 📢Media such as the BBC is talking about this amazing finding. Check it out here!
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Editors of JPNSS 29m
The Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to cover the entire spectrum of and from different scale units.
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Industrial Chemistry Jun 29
Impacts of land use change on soil organic matter chemistry in the Everglades, Florida - a characterization with pyrolysis-gas chromatography–mass spectrometry
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Agrii 20h
What's happening below ground? Regional Technical Advisor David Felce, digging to uncover what effect the season has had on structure. Join us online for more:
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Devin Rippner, PhD Jun 29
Last video of the night; column amended with . White spaces are air. Clear/dark are solids. Can you find the biochar?
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The Great Healing Jun 29
is helping to redefine . Soil is responsible for life on Earth. Topsoil took hundreds of millions of years to accumulate. All that lives on land originates from our . It will save us. Read this Ch.3 excerpt:
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Townheadfarm Jun 30
Veg plot looking awesome and organic thanks to our friend Eddie. To improve the we now use and supply . soil enricher produced by farmers for gardeners.
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Steven Allison Jun 29
Soil carbon is older than we thought: our global study with and in shows that organic matter in the is almost 5000 years old. This means soils may be very slow to soak up our carbon pollution.
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Anna Krzywoszynska Jun 29
Caring for is caring for life - what a great title for the Roadmap of the Soil Health and Food Mission Board. Very pleased to have contributed to the work on this important document, building the future of Europe on healthy soils
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