chernozemic soil


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a rich black loam of Russia

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The assumption that Alberta matched Saskatchewan's suitability to wheat was reinforced by the rich chernozemic soils between Calgary and Edmonton which were the first to be opened to agricultural settlement.
Tiessen and Stewart (1983), who estimated the degradability of organic matter in the particle-size fractions of farmland soil, obtained similar results for chernozemic soils, with the stability increasing from sand upwards to fine silt and from clay upwards to fine silt.
Curtin D, Steppuhn H, Selles F (1994b) Structural stability of chernozemic soils as affected by exchangeable sodium and electrolyte concentration.