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pod·zol

 (pŏd′zôl′) also pod·sol (-sôl′)
n.
A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates.

[Russian : pod, under; see ped- in Indo-European roots + zola, ashes; see ghel- in Indo-European roots.]

pod·zol′ic adj.
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Noun1.podsol - a soil that develops in temperate to cold moist climates under coniferous or heath vegetationpodsol - a soil that develops in temperate to cold moist climates under coniferous or heath vegetation; an organic mat over a grey leached layer
dirt, soil - the part of the earth's surface consisting of humus and disintegrated rock
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Classification and some physical and chemical properties of mineral (1,2) and mineral-organic (3, 4) soils in 2008 Sam- Classification of soils pling site 1 D--autogenic soil 0--brown forest soil T--grey-brown podzolic soil S--glossic soil 2 D--autogenic soil 0--brown forest soil T--grey-brown podzolic soil S--gleyed soil 3 D--hydrogenic soil 0--post-bog soil T--mucky soil S--muckous soil 4 D--hydrogenic soil 0--post-bog soil T--mucky soil S--muckous soil Sam- Percentage of mechanical fractions (diameters in mm) pling site 2-0.
Over extensive areas it is dominated by one soil series, known as Manod, a brown podzolic soil which shows up as pink on the National Soil Map.
Second, unlike in the case of forest soil, lead is also among de-alkalised chemical elements and its minimum concentration coincides with the minimum concentration of the total carbon in podzolic soil horizon A2.
Pulong MA Effect of fertilizer rates on yield, productive efficiency of pea on brown Podzolic soil.
Williams CH, Donald CM (1957) Changes in organic matter and pH in a podzolic soil as influenced by subterranean clover and superphosphate.
A numerical index of podzol and podzolic soil development.
It drew together a group of archaeologists, ecologists and other specialists to build two artificial earthworks, one on chalk at Overton Down in Wiltshire and one on sandy podzolic soil at Wareham in Dorset.
Swanepoel PA, Botha PR, du Preez CC, Snyman HA (2013) Physical quality of a podzolic soil following 19 years of irrigated minimum-till kikuyuryegrass pasture.
The observed behaviour of Cd is in good agreement with the study of Keller & Domergue (1996), who also found that the metal could be transported in depth through a Podzolic soil.
1968) (Mha) (Isbell 2002) Calcarosols Solonised brown 45 (42) (n = 16) soils; grey-brown and red calcareous soils Vertosols Black earths; grey, 77 (75) (n = 109) brown and red clays Kandosols Red and yellow 114 (90) (n = 7) earths; calcareous red earths Chromosols Non-calcic brown 22 (16) (n = 7) soils; some red-brown earths; and a range of podzolic soil Australian Soil Description and Classification distribution (Isbell 2002) Calcarosols Lack strong texture-contrast; (n = 16) mostly calcareous throughout Mediterranean climatic zone of South Australia, Western Australia and north-western Victoria Vertosols Clay >35%, cracks, slickensides; (n = 109) Queensland, NSW, Northern Territory Kandosols Lack strong texture-contrast; (n = 7) pH >5.
Berek AK, Radjagukguk B, Maas A (1995) The effect of different organic materials on the alleviation of AI toxicity in soybean on a red-yellow podzolic soil.