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Saturated and unsaturated flow in a hummocky landscape in relation to topography and soil morphology
Recent research on groundwater recharge in the Interior Plains has focused primarily on saturated flow processes. The importance of unsaturated flow in groundwater recharge and soil development is poorly understood. The ...
Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria Associated with Winter Wheat in Saskatchewan, Canada
The association of root colonizing bacteria (rhizobacteria) with winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Norstar) was investigated in a series of laboratory, growth chamber and field studies. In an initial screening, 111 ...
Decomposition of Crop Residues
Crop residues are the prime source of energy and nutrients affecting soil biological, chemical and physical processes, including organic matter formation. This study examined the effects of management on the rate of ...
The Zinc Fertility of Saskatchewan Soils
Field, growth chamber, and laboratory studies were conducted to investigate the zinc fertility of Saskatchewan soils. These studies included an examination of Zn spatial variability, a survey of DTPA-extractable Zn levels ...