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REGARDIN TABULAR SOILS FROM ROMANIA

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agonomy., Vol. LVI
Written by Anca-Luiza STĂNILĂ, Mihai PARICHI, Ştefan ISPAS, Adrian BASARABĂ

Presently, in the category of sandy soils we find those soils that in the control section (2 m) present a coarse and/or a middle coarse texture, hence those that contain less than 12% sand under 0.002 mm and a small quantity of organic matter. In Romania, the sandy soils cover a surface of over 439.000 ha, out of which 272.000 ha are of Aeolian nature, grouped in 18 perimeters. In the case of the tabular soils, one can notice the presence, into their profile, of some shallow layers (frequently of 1-8 cm in thickness) of finer material, in which the clay under 0.002 mm appears a little bit increased (2-7%) compared to the interlayer. The layers-interlayers sequence is specific only to the soils formed on Aeolian sandy sediments.

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STĂNILĂ A. L., PARICHI M., ISPAS Ş., BASARABĂ A. 2013, REGARDIN TABULAR SOILS FROM ROMANIA. Scientific Papers. Series A. Agonomy., Vol. LVI, ISSN 2285-5785, 103-106.


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