Synthetic N-releasing Biodegradable Soil Conditioners1

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Received for publication January 18, 1975. Scientific Article No. A2071, Contribution No. 5024 of the Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Horticulture (Food Science Program). This investigation was part of the University of Maryland Center of Materials Research NSF Project entitled “Polymeric Materials with Unusual Chemical and Physical Properties”.

Mechanical analyses of the soils used were conducted at the Soil Testing Laboratory, Department of Agronomy, University of Maryland. Statistical analyses were done at the Computer Science Center, University of Maryland.

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