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The special attention require the soil studies in Ukraine according to the introduction of the agricultural land market in Ukraine. That is why our aim was to study the content of silicon compounds of different mobility in soils and its correlation with indicators of soil physicochemical properties. Magnetic methods demonstrated high efficiency and low cost when applying to detect soil erosion, indicate the physicochemical properties, and perform fast soil mapping. Soils of the Mokiyivtsi area have an average pH of 4.9–5.4, the acidity of these soils decreases with increasing content of physical clay, the investigated soils of the Khmelnytsky region have mainly low-deficient silicon balance, both of readily-available and hard-soluble forms. However, individual samples of the Mokiyivtsi area have an average deficiency of silicon, in particular if the evaluation is carried out on the content of readily available (actual) silicon compounds in the arable layer of the studied soils. The results of the magnetic studies confirmed the high degree of relationship between MS and salt extract pH (p = −0.80) for the area Hotkivka.

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