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1. Materials which are added to soil to improve its performance characteristics, often to correct a problem occurring in a small area of a field, such as the [[skinned area]] of a baseball diamond.<br>
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1. Materials which are added to soil to improve its performance characteristics, often to correct a problem occurring in a small area of a field, such as the [[skinned area]] of a baseball diamond.<br><br>
  
<br>http://www.nass.usda.gov/research/atlas02/Economics/Farm%20Production%20Expenses/Expenses%20for%20Fertilizer,%20Lime,%20and%20Soil%20Conditioners.gif<BR><BR>
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http://www.nass.usda.gov/research/atlas02/Economics/Farm%20Production%20Expenses/Expenses%20for%20Fertilizer,%20Lime,%20and%20Soil%20Conditioners.gif<BR><BR>
Money Spent Conditioning Soil<BR><BR>
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Money Spent Conditioning Soil<BR>
 
Source:http://www.nass.usda.gov/<br><br>
 
Source:http://www.nass.usda.gov/<br><br>

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1. Materials which are added to soil to improve its performance characteristics, often to correct a problem occurring in a small area of a field, such as the skinned area of a baseball diamond.

Expenses%20for%20Fertilizer,%20Lime,%20and%20Soil%20Conditioners.gif

Money Spent Conditioning Soil
Source:http://www.nass.usda.gov/