Pedogeomorfological data from Titu - Dâmbovița area

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LV-2012
Written by Anca-Luiza STĂNILĂ, Mihai PARICHI, Ştefan ISPAS, Adrian BASARABĂ

As an integrated part of the Titu-Potlogi divagation plain, the territory to which we refer to (created by rivers) slightly descends down from the north to the south in narrow or wide steps (with absolute altitudes between 155 and 220 m), continuing to the Picior de Munte Plain (a subdivision of Târgoviúte Plain) to which it is closely attached.In these conditions the soil cover is made out of a multitude of soils that belong to cambisoils, luvisoils, protisoils, cernisoils and hidrisoils. Most of them have a weak acid reaction, a low content of humus and moderate supplying with nutrients. The main restrictions for agricultural production are caused by the lack of drainage, soil texture and the great variety of soils.

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Stănilă A. L., Parichi M., Ispas Ş., Basarabă A., 2012 Pedogeomorfological data from Titu - DâmboviĠa area . Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LV, ISSN-L 2285–5785, 111-116.


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