Soils - Their Properties & Management : a Soil Conservation Handbook for New South Wales

By: Charman, P.E.V. &

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Soils - Their Properties & Management : a Soil Conservation Handbook for New South Wales by Charman, P.E.V. & Murphy, B.W
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Sydney: Sydney University Press & Oxford University Press , 1994. Large softcover. 3rd edition - revised & updated. Written by varoius soil experts, this comprehensive book addresses the complex issues of soil management & conservation - an invaluable reference for land users & managers, farmers, agricultural scientists & conservationists. Numerous photos, tables, figures & Glossary - easy to use for reference. 363pgs. Mild crease/curl at front bttm cover cnr o/w clean & bright. Occasional text highlighting o/w contents clean & tight, binding firm. Very Good minus.. Soft Cover. Very Good.

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