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Thanks for the link @jeffkrol

Note the units in the CEC analysis, it states nM/100 grams. A quick search hasn't given me an answer if this is equal to MEQ/100 grams, which I'm more familiar with, but judging by the stated High / Med / Low range it looks as if it lines up.

Also note ADA is right in line with what we've been throwing around - around 30 MEQ/100g (or nM/100g as the link states)....

Lots of good info in there for anyone wanting a good read / some values to go along with there soils.
 

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Thanks for the link @jeffkrol

Note the units in the CEC analysis, it states nM/100 grams. A quick search hasn't given me an answer if this is equal to MEQ/100 grams, which I'm more familiar with, but judging by the stated High / Med / Low range it looks as if it lines up.

Also note ADA is right in line with what we've been throwing around - around 30 MEQ/100g (or nM/100g as the link states)....

Lots of good info in there for anyone wanting a good read / some values to go along with there soils.

Units Milllimoles /100g for whatever that is worth. Assume it's equiv to milliequiv/100g




https://www.agronomy.org/files/publications/jnrlse/pdfs/jnr014/014-02-0084.pdf
another example of its use:
https://ningshutrade.en.ec21.com/CEC_186mmol_100g_Natural_Zeolite--9004497_9013973.html

More weirdness.. :)
meq/100g is numerically the same as cmol/kg.
 
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