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Some physical and chemical properties of mangrove soils from two sites in Sipingo were determined and compared to another mangrove soil at the Mgeni estuary and to a nonmangrove soil at Mdloti. Generally mangrove soils were higher in clay, organic matter, cation exchange capacity, aluminium , sulphate, iron and exchangeable bases than the non-mangrove soil. On the basis of exchangeable sodium percentage and electrical conductivity the mangrove soils were classified as saline sodic and thedoi:10.1016/s0022-4618(16)30155-3 fatcat:6zydd56okzgsrfys6wze7onlbq