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Agriculture, Volume 7, Issue 10 (October 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) This study, on the effect of stratifying soil samples to try and ﬁnd a suitable depth to establish [...] Read more. This study, on the effect of stratifying soil samples to try and ﬁnd a suitable depth to establish a geospatial relationship for a practical soil sampling grid in New Zealand hill country, showed that measuring samples below the top 3 cm appeared to effectively reduce noise when sampled from 3 to 15 cm. The reduction in noise by removing the top 3 cm of soil samples is signiﬁcant for improving current soil nutrient testing methods by allowing better geospatial predictions for whole paddock soil nutrient variability mapping. View this paper