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Author(s):Gelernter, Wendy; Stowell, Larry J.
Author Affiliation:PACE Turfgrass Research Institute, San Diego, California
Title:Using fuzzy logic to interpret soil chemistry data
Source:PACE Insights. Vol. 6, No. 1, January 2000, p. 1-4.
# of Pages:4
Publishing Information:San Diego, California: PACE Turfgrass Institute
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Soil chemistry; Soil analysis; Golf fairways; Soil sampling; Nutrients; Sulfates; Golf greens; pH; Ammonium; Electrical conductivity; Nitrogen
Abstract/Contents:Describes the use of fuzzy logic to interpret soil chemistry data. Describes a statistical representation known as "box plots." Explains how to read and interpret box plots in order to evaluate soils. "This more realistic approach can help you in the design and implementation of more effective and successful fertility programs."
Language:English
References:0
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Reprint appears in Pace Insights, January 2000 [2011], p. 1 with variant title "Demystifying soil analyses"
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Gelernter, W., and L. J. Stowell. 2000. Using fuzzy logic to interpret soil chemistry data. PACE Insights. 6(1):p. 1-4.
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