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Characteristics of a Reclaimed Tidal Soil for Effective Resalization at Saemangum and Youngsan-River
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Characteristics of a Reclaimed Tidal Soil for Effective Resalization at Saemangum and Youngsan-River
Chung, Doug-Young; Kim, Hyejin; Park, Misuk; Lee, Sang-Eun;
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 Abstract
The total area of a reclaimed tidal soil distributed on the south-west coast is approximately 156,600 ha, and the soil contains high contents of sand and silt as well as highly saline. Most of the reclaimed tidal soils are used as a paddy due to bad permeability and high groundwater table, resulting in easy accumulation of salts on the soil surface by capillary rise. Therefore, resalinization may occur because of rise of groundwater table after desalinization. The researches related to the reclaimed tidal soil mainly focused on desalinazation while most of the researches completed were limited to yields of crop based on desalinazation. pH of old reclaimed tidal soil is neutral or less than 7 while that of newly developed reclaimed tidal soils is greater than 7, that cause N-fertilizer to be volatile as ammonia. Thus, the physical and chemical properties should be investigated to be used as an arable upland instead of a paddy soil due to change in government policy. We need to develop measures to make soils grow crops normally by identifying problems related to reclaimed tidal soils.
 Keywords
Reclaimed Tidal Soil;Resalization;Saline;
 Language
Korean
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