The analysis of the relationship between the electrical conductivity values and the valued soil-ecological units values
M. Mimra, M. Kroulík, V. Altmann, M. Kavka, V. Prošekhttps://doi.org/10.17221/712-RAECitation:Mimra M., Kroulík M., Altmann V., Kavka M., Prošek V. (2008): The analysis of the relationship between the electrical conductivity values and the valued soil-ecological units values. Res. Agr. Eng., 54: 130-135.
This article describes the results of the analysis of correlation between the soil electrical conductivity and BPEJ (valued soil-ecological units). The measurements were made in 2006 at the School Agribusiness Land Farm in Lány established by the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague. The soil electrical conductivity (EC) was measured by the contact method using a sensor with six electrodes. The soil EC data measured were compared with the data obtained from BPEJ maps. The aim was to verify if any relationship exists between the soil EC and BPEJ. The results achieved show that the same dependency exists between the values of the main soil unit of the BPEJ code and the soil EC. The results achieved can be used in the precise agriculture system to improve the decision process.Keywords:soil EC; soil classification; soil variabilty