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Title: Effects of sulphuric acid, iron sulphate, gypsum, compost and manure on hydraulic conductivity of a saline soil
Authors: Eleizalde Luzárraga, María Benigna, Sanz Encinas, Manuel, Heras Cobo, Luis
Issue Date: 1981
Publisher: Centre International des Engrais Chimiques
Abstract: A low permeability is a negative factor in the reclamation of a saline soil. In this paper effects of two kinds of products on the hydraulic conductivity of a saline soil are studied. One product is of organic nature (compost and manure) and the other of inorganíc (sulphuric acid, iron sulphate and gypsum). Considerable improvement of the soil permeability is obtained by the addition of inorganic products, whereas the influence of compost and manure is small. on the basis of these results a suitable quantity of such a product needs to be added to saline soil, in order to influence hydraulic conductivity.
Description: CIEC Symposium celebrated in Benghazi (Libya), 26 November - 1 December 1979.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/16779
Citation: Elizalde, M.B., Sanz, M., Heras, L., Effects of sulphuric acid, iron sulphate, gypsum, compost and manure on hydraulic conductivity of a saline soil. In: Water and Fertilizer Use for Food Production in Arid and Semi-arid Zones. Proceedings of the 3rd. Symposium of C.I.E.C., Benghazi (Lybia): pp. 275-277. CIEC, 1981.
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