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Estimating relative humidity in soil—How to stop doing it wrong

Estimating relative humidity in soil—How to stop doing it wrong

Many people assume the soil is dry when it feels dry to the touch. This false assumption can lead to poor decisions such as storing steel drums of toxic waste in a desert soil. The calculations in this article illustrate why steel drums would corrode in any soil, even if that soil that feels dry. Learn why estimating relative humidity in soil seems difficult, but it isn’t.

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