A study on characteristics and fertility capability of acid sulfate soils under tropical monsoonal climate was carried out on six selected areas in Nakhon Si Thammarat province. Method of study included analysis of soil morphology in the field, laboratory analysis on physicochemical properties and mineralogical characteristics of soil samples according to standard methods and assessment of the soil fertility status and fertility capability. Results of the study revealed that these soils are lowland soils occupying areas ranging from 1 to 5 m above mean sea level.
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Library ResourceConference Papers & ReportsDecember, 2014Thailand
Library ResourceConference Papers & ReportsDecember, 2014
The study aimed to compare the effects of various size of simulated paddy field on growth and yield of rice cv. Sangyodphatthalung and to compare the efficiency of simulated paddy field with true paddy field reported by Rice Department. The experiments were conducted at Phatthalung Central Prison in Phatthalung province. Sangyodphatthalung rice was grown in three sizes of simulated paddy field including, 1*2 m, 1*3 m and 2*3 m consisted the treatments of the experimental design in a CRD. Three replications of each treatment were included.