A Tool and Method for Extracting Plant Root Soil Cores on Remote Sites
CitationBrown, G. R., & Thilenius, J. F. (1977). A tool and method for extracting plant root soil cores on remote sites. Journal of Range Management, 30(1), 72-74.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractA portable, man-operated tool for extracting intact cores of soil, roots, and above-ground plant parts on sites inaccessible to motor vehicles can be constructed for less than $125.00. Two men can extract up to 125 cores in 4 hours.