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TB134: A Laboratory Study to Assess Methods for Predicting pH Change of Ash Amended Forest Soils
Technical Bulletins
  • Yvonne L. Unger
  • Ivan J. Fernandez
The objective of this study was to compare several commonly used lime requirement tests and soil capacity factors for their ability to predict pH change following wood-ash amendment. The ability to predict pH change is important because it is one of the criteria used to prescribe rates of ash amendment to forest soils.
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Maine Agricultural Experiment Station
  • forest soils
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Unger, Y.L., and I.J. Fernandez. 1989. A laboratory study to assess methods for predicting pH change of ash amended forest soils. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 134.