Acidification of California soils: Many pumped irrigation waters of State require large additions of acid to add appreciable amount to soil
L. D. Doneen, Experiment Station, Davis.
California Agriculture 3(5):8-15. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v003n05p8.
L. D. Doneen is Associate Irrigation Agrono- mist in the Experiment Station, Davis.
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Making soil acid—acidification—by adding acid to the irrigation water has been advocated as a means of controlling potato scab; for neutralizing highly alkaline soils; the reclamation of saline soils; and the improvement of penetrability of water into the soil.