Appcation of Dolostone Powder as Industrial Residual on Magnesium-Deficient Arable Soils in Estonia

Loide, Valli; Kõlli, Raimo; Reintam, Endla (2010). Appcation of Dolostone Powder as Industrial Residual on Magnesium-Deficient Arable Soils in Estonia. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 41 (2), 219−230.10.1080/00103620903430008.
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Loide, Valli; Kõlli, Raimo; Reintam, Endla
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Dolokivijahu kasutamisest magneesiumivaestel muldadel
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis
0010-3624
41
2
2010
219230
Ilmunud
1.1. Teadusartiklid, mis on kajastatud Web of Science andmebaasides Science Citation Index Expanded, Social Sciences Citation Index, Arts & Humanities Citation Index ja/või andmebaasis Scopus (v.a. kogumikud)
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Saatja: onbehalfof@scholarone.com [mailto:onbehalfof@scholarone.com] Kelle nimel communsoilsci@gmail.com Saatmisaeg: Monday, February 02, 2009 6:00 AM Adressaat: Raimo Kõlli Teema: Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis - Decision on Manuscript ID LCSS-2008-0126.R2 01-Feb-2009 Dear Dr Kõlli: Ref: Application of dolostone powder as industrial residual on magnesium deficiency arable soils in Estonia Our referees have now considered your paper and have recommended publication in Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. We are pleased to accept your paper in its current form which we will begin the final check of the manuscript shortly. At that time, if we have any queries we will contact you. After the final check, your manuscript will be sent to the publisher for copy editing and typesetting. You will receive proofs for checking, and instructions for transfer of copyright in due course, you will not receive these for several months. You will receive proofs for checking, and instructions for transfer of copyright in due course. The publisher also requests that proofs are checked and returned within 48 hours of receipt. Thank you for your contribution to Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis and we look forward to receiving further submissions from you. Sincerely, Dr Mills Editor in Chief, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis communsoilsci@aol.com
dolokivijahu, magneesium, muld, taimed Arable soil; calcium and magnesium interaction; dolostone powder; liming; magnesium deficiency and surplus; magnesium fertilizer