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Understanding Soil

There are a lot of meaning or definition of the land developed in the communities are very diverse definitions must be adjusted to just the interests of each. But the definition of the public about the land is as follows, namely land is accumulated body of the outdoors, a three-dimensional, occupied most (large) surface of the earth, which was able ...

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The Level of Development Land Structure

Based on the level of development or stability of the structure of the soil, the soil structure can be divided into several levels, namely: Weak ie if a grain of soil structure can be seen, remains damaged and destroyed when taken from the soil profile to be checked. Being that if the soil structure has a grain structure that is ...

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Sample Handling Techniques

After sampling, water samples should be analyzed immediately. If forced to be stored, any water quality parameters require specific treatment to the sample. In addition to treatment with chemicals, preservation of the most common is the cooling at a temperature of 4 ° C during transportation and storage. At this temperature, bekteri activity is inhibited. Samples were delayed measurement and ...

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Time Sampling Water

For water quality monitoring, sampling time interval is set on a different day and time, so it can be differences in the quality of water every day and every hour. For example, if the first sampling is done on Monday at 06.00, then the sampling is then performed on Tuesday at 07.00, etc. Frequency of sampling The frequency of sampling ...

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Types of Soil Structure

Based on the results of soil investigation in the field, the soil structure is described by:  Types, according to the shape and arrangement ped, consisting of a round, plate, beams and prisms.  Class is an indicator of the shape of the structure formed ped-ped constituent, produces 7 types of soil structure.  Level that indicates the degree of ...

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Role of Land Agricultural Sector

Note from Figure 1.1! This image is a dry soil conditions, arid, no plants can grow, as a result of the influence of erosion. Yet we know that in human land to plant crops to meet both the needs of food, clothing and housing. In other words it can be said that the land is a natural resource that is ...

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