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“…Seasonal and other variations in aggregate stability have been observed by HCnin (1938 and 1939) and HCnin and Turc (1949), Kolodny and Neal (1941), Wilson and Browning (1945), Alderfer (1946), and Rowles…”
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“…Seasonal and other variations in aggregate stability have been observed by HCnin (1938 and 1939) and HCnin and Turc (1949), Kolodny and Neal (1941), Wilson and Browning (1945), Alderfer (1946), and Rowles…”
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“…A method for measuring this proportion has been put forward by Middleton (1930). Somewhat similar methods were used by Kolodny and Neal (1941), Clarke and Marshall (1947), Puri and Keen (1925), and others. This is a very brief summary of some of the methods used in studying phenomena related to soil structure.…”
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“…Allison (1968) has reviewed these problems and has emphasised the need to distinguish between factors causing formation of aggregates and those promoting stability. He asserts that natural aggregates may be formed chiefly by pressure and drying (Kolodny and Neal, 1941) 414 F. A. SKINNER which cause closer packing of the particles, but are stabilized mainly by microbial polysaccharides. The vigorous root and microbial activity in pasture soil may well explain the large proportion of highly stable aggregates usually found under grass.…”
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