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Characteristics of compacted soils from Eastern Oregon

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      • Typescript (photocopy).Thesis (M.S.)--Oregon State University, 1980.Includes bibliography.

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        LC Classifications1979
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        Paginationxvi, 84 p. :
        Number of Pages89
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INFLUENCES OF VOLCANIC ASH AND PUMICE DEPOSITION ON PRODUCTIVITY OF WESTERN INTERIOR FOREST SOILS

If a problem is known to exist, based on experience during previous years, have an insecticide sprayed over the entire lawn during the spring when adults first become active. Soil compaction in conservation tillage: Crop impacts. From the foregoing it is evident that, even though ash and pumice soils have relatively low bulk densities before and after disturbance, there is a strong association between growth loss and compaction.

This study illustrates a one-time compaction event can lead to reduced crop yields 12 years later.

Fruit tree site considerations

Wheel traffic plots had a higher number of ears produced, but the ears were smaller than the ears from the non-compacted plots Figure 16. Try to use the same paths across the field. Note the half-track had an average calculated pressure on the soil of about 10 psi, but it gave results that appear to make it equal to a tire with about 26 to 30 psi. In northern Idaho and northwestern Montana ash overlies granitic materials, including those weathered from intrusive rock or compacted glacial till, the latter being restrictive to rooting.

In eastern Oregon and Washington, western and northern Idaho, western Montana, and southern British Columbia and Alberta, volcanic ash soils are associated with several forest types including: lodgepole pine, western larch Larix occidentalis Nutt. If your soil is deficient in one or more of these nutrients, fertilizers may be applied.