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Field Guide to Soil Identification for Florida's Citrus-Growing Regions

SKU:  SP 362
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The Field Guide to Soil Identification for Florida’s Citrus-Growing Regions, authored by Mace G. Bauer, William S. Castle, Brian J. Boman, and Thomas A. Obreza, is a practical field guide facilitating the classification and identification of soils in central and southern Florida. With accessible language for readers of varying soil science knowledge, the guide explores the physical and chemical characteristics of different Florida soils, emphasizing their relevance to citrus production and management decisions. Covered topics include soil orders and citrus production, soil identification terms and concepts, soil characteristics in relation to citrus production, and the field determination of soil physical properties.

Enhancing its practicality for fieldwork, the guide features 74 color photographs showcasing various soil types, five weatherproof laminated soil identification keys, and an exclusive 10YR Munsell Soil Identification chart. The materials are conveniently presented in a three-ring binder for ease of use.

This invaluable resource, identified as SP362 with 146 pages, is now available at a reduced price from its original $100.00 cost.

Field Guide to Soil Identification for Florida's Citrus-Growing Regions

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SKU:  SP 362
Weight:  2.30
Price: $50.00
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