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Does sodicity in soils effect the availability of P to plants? (Or any other nutrients for that matter) Also does anyone think it sounds right that hydraulic conductivity increases with increasing soil structure? @Soil Science

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Soil is not my strong suit. But here is some information on all of this: http://waterquality.montana.edu/docs/methane/basics_highlight.shtml
Fair enough, thanks for the link :)
btw they have a ton of references on there--might look up some of those if it seems too basic for what you need.

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Yeah is a little basic but I'm trying to write a discussion so who knows where I might get an idea from :P

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