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Acidic sulphate soils have pH<4.

(a) True

(b) False

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Asked question is from Management of Other Problem Soils in division Management and Remediation of Problem Soil of Environmental Biotechnology

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The correct option is (a) True

Explanation: Acidic sulfate soils occur naturally in the ecosystem, they have sediments and organic substrates forming under waterlogged conditions and the Acidic sulphate soils are rich in iron sulphides and they generally have a pH<4.

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