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Acidifying Soil for Crop Production: Inland Pacific Northwest

D.A. Horneck , Donald J. Wysocki , Brian Hopkins , Robert Stevens , John Hart ,
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Soil acidification is used to reduce soil pH to improve crop performance and increase economic returns. Soil acidification is a long-term and expensive process, and should be considered on a site-specific basis. This publication is a technical and practical guide for soil acidification in commercial fields. It explains the soil chemistry involved, how to determine whether pH adjustment is practical, and methods for acidifying soil.

Reviewed January 2015

Department(s): Agriculture
Pages / Length: 15
Publication Date: 2007-09-01

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