Wet sieving has been proposed as a methodology to study aggregate stability against water erosion (Yoder, 1936; Kemper, 1966; Kemper and Rosenau, 1986). In this method, cyclically submerging and sieving soil in water emulates the natural stresses involved in the entry of water into soil aggregates.
Video learning : Water stable aggregate
This video clip was shot at the agronomy faculty. Mr Sambo Pheap show the effect of intensive tillage on soil.
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