MOA-NAL- Kenya Soil Survey NO. M113 2009

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2009
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Ministry of Agriculture
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Sampling contributes the greatest source of error in the whole process of soil analysis. It is therefore important to employ a skilled labour to carry out this very important exercise. Proper sampling results in soil samples which represent the true field conditions and therefore representative data which will be interpreted into a better management practices. No matter how good the results are, they will not be very useful if the sample was poorly taken. It is therefore important to take great consideration on variations in the field when sampling to ensure that the sample taken is a true representation of the field sampled.
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