Assessment Of Soil Properties In Kuru, Jos, Northern Guinea Savanna, Nigeria
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Assessment Of Soil Properties In Kuru, Jos, Northern Guinea Savanna, Nigeria
A study on the assessment of the properties of soils was conducted in 2018 cropping seasons at the Research Farm of the National Root Crops Research Institute (NRCRI) Kuru, Jos in Plateau State, Nigeria. Two profile pits were dug and one soil sample was collected from each identified horizon and use to study the morphology of the soil. The pits were described according to USDA soil taxonomy procedures. Initial soil samples were collected at 0-15, 15-30, 30-45, and 45-60 cm before the pits were dug in order to assess the physical and chemical properties. Soil samples were analyzed at Agricultural Service and Training Centers (ASTC) Kassa, BarkinLadi, Plateau State.DownloadViews: 28

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