Overmoisture - definition of Overmoisture by The Free Dictionary
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The water causing overmoisture
may be of catchment origin (allochthonous), mounted from groundwater (rich in carbonates), and, to a lesser extent, precipitation, where the readily soluble substances (originating from the local soil) are present.
Tilia cannot grow in the conditions of overmoisture
. A common feature for all these taxa is that they have high demands on soil fertility.
the bin over and centered along one of the shorter sides at the edge drill three holes spaced about two inches apart to allow drainage of overmoisture
into the pie tin.