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Valeria Hernandez, Vincent Moron, Florencia Fossa Riglos, and Eugenia Muzi

Argentina. Junín soils are dominated by molisols (mineral soils rich in organic matter) covering pastures suitable for agriculture activity ( Alvarez and Lavado 1998 ). Altogether, 80% of Junín’s soil is considered best for agricultural use, and the remaining area is used for livestock production (14%) or covered by lagoons (6%). In San Justo, poorly drained natracualfes (saline-sodium and sodium soils) dominate the area west of the Salado River and east of the Saladillos streams ( Fig. 1b ), In the

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