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1. The process of determining the percentages of sand, soil and organic matter required for the best physical arrangement of soil separates for a mixture suitable for putting green top mix. See also [[Chemical soil analysis]] and [[Mechanical soil analysis]].<br>
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1. The process of determining the percentages of sand, soil and organic matter required for the best physical arrangement of soil separates for a mixture suitable for putting green top mix. See also [[Chemical soil analysis]] and [[Mechanical soil analysis]].<br><br>
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This is a man taking a soil sample.  He will take this sample back to a lab and determine the physical soil analysis.<br><br>
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1. The process of determining the percentages of sand, soil and organic matter required for the best physical arrangement of soil separates for a mixture suitable for putting green top mix. See also Chemical soil analysis and Mechanical soil analysis.

2hvnatxmowl5.jpg This is a man taking a soil sample. He will take this sample back to a lab and determine the physical soil analysis.

"Source: http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse/Our%20Organisation%2FFaculties%2FApplied%20Science%2FSchools%20and%20Departments%2FApplied%20Chemistry%2FAcademic%20Programs%2FDegree%20&%20TAFE%2FEnvironmental%20Science%20at%20RMIT%2FEnvironmental%20Science%20Field%20Activities%20Photo%20Gallery/"