Protocol for measuring soil salinity

  • Bado S
  • Forster B
  • Ghanim A
  • et al.
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A simple protocol is described that tests soil salinity. Water-soluble salts are extracted from soil samples and salt content measured. Accurate field evaluations require sampling at various field locations and various depths and over time take into account the crop...




Bado, S., Forster, B. P., Ghanim, A. M. A., Jankowicz-Cieslak, J., Berthold, G., & Luxiang, L. (2016). Protocol for measuring soil salinity. In Protocols for Pre-Field Screening of Mutants for Salt Tolerance in Rice, Wheat and Barley (pp. 13–19). Springer International Publishing.

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