Nitrate reduction in agricultural acid sulfate soil
A significant proportion of Australia's sugarcane crop is grown on east-coast estuarine floodplains underlain by pyritic gel-clay subsoils. At the current study site these agricultural acid sulfate soils are typically characterised by a topsoil horizon of river alluvium, a subsoil of oxidised actual acid sulfate soil (AASS), a zone of partially oxidised AASS and a deep sulfidic horizon of pyritic potential acid sulfate soil (PASS). Addition of nitrogenous fertiliser at key points in the...[Show more]
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