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English: Amazonian dark earth - terra preta. Left - a nutrient-poor oxisol; right - an oxisol transformed into fertile terra preta.
Français : Comparaison entre la terre classique amazonienne, l'oxisol (à gauche) et la Terra Preta (à droite).
Date 25 June 2007
Source Photo courtesy of Bruno Glaser.
Author Rsukiennik


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