Soils: the essential elements of soil fertility; humus as a factor of soil fertility; the chemical and mechanical analyses of soils; the action of organic and mineral acids upon soils; comparison of different methods of farming upon the conservation of soil fertility

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Soils: the essential elements of soil fertility; humus as a factor of soil fertility; the chemical and mechanical analyses of soils; the action of organic and mineral acids upon soils; comparison of different methods of farming upon the conservation of soil fertility

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1895-08

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University of Minnesota. Agricultural Experiment Station

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This archival publication may not reflect current scientific knowledge or recommendations. Current information available from University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station: http://www.maes.umn.edu/

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Snyder, Harry. Soils: the essential elements of soil fertility; humus as a factor of soil fertility; the chemical and mechanical analyses of soils; the action of organic and mineral acids upon soils; comparison of different methods of farming upon the conservation of soil fertility. 1895. Saint Paul, Minn.: University of Minnesota. Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin 41, page 3-79

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Snyder, Harry; University of Minnesota. Chemical Division. (1895). Soils: the essential elements of soil fertility; humus as a factor of soil fertility; the chemical and mechanical analyses of soils; the action of organic and mineral acids upon soils; comparison of different methods of farming upon the conservation of soil fertility. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/183782.

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