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  1. Vol. 43 No. 5, p. 1053-1055
     
    Received: Dec 11, 1978
    Accepted: May 4, 1979


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doi:10.2136/sssaj1979.03615995004300050048x

Comparison of Various Methods of Sampling Soil Water for Determining Ionic Salts, Sodium, and Calcium Content in Soil Columns1

  1. K. A. Barbarick,
  2. B. R. Sabey and
  3. A. Klute2

Abstract

Abstract

At the end of a column experiment studying the flux of ionic salts and Na+ from applied sewage effluent, the salt, Na+, and Ca2+ contents were compared in extracts from porous cups, from the soils around the cups, and saturated paste extracts after the column soils were air-dried. The salt level in the porous cup samples and in the moist soil samples obtained directly at the end of the experiment, and the Na+ content in the porous cup and in saturated paste extracts that were equilibrated for 48 hours were highly correlated.

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