Results of physical-chemical examinations performed during the SOILMAP project. To understand soil management and to maintain soil quality, we need to know about the chemical aspects of the soil, such as: soil pH, Soil texture cation exchange capacity, organic matter
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Results of physical-chemical examinations performed during the SOILMAP project
The soil texture from the researched points, in the first 40 cm, is mediumclay loamy (soil sampling 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10), medium loamy (soil sampling 2), loamy clay (soil sampling 4, 7) for the hungarian samples and medium clay loamy (soil sampling 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10), loamy clay (soil sampling 2) , silty clay (soil sampling 4) for the romanian samples.
Soil pH is probably the most commonly measured soil chemical property and is also one of the more informative.
Soil pH values in Hungary – Romania border area
Soil humus values in Hungary – Romania border area
Phosphorus (P) is essential for plant growth. It stimulates growth of young plants, giving them a good and vigorous start. Phosphorus management and nutrition has both economic and environmental implications.
Soil phosphorus values in Hungary – Romania border area
To fulfill its many roles in plants, potassium K is absorbed in rather large quantities, even exceeding the amount of nitrogen
Soil potassium values in Hungary border area
Soil potassium values in Romania border area