coarse-textured


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Adj.1.coarse-textured - having surface roughness; "a textured wall of stucco"; "a rough-textured tweed"
rough, unsmooth - having or caused by an irregular surface; "trees with rough bark"; "rough ground"; "rough skin"; "rough blankets"; "his unsmooth face"
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It's fiat-ground (thank you) and has coarse-textured G10 handle scales.
2011, 20136) evaluated the effect of introducing textural variability to coarse-textured reclamation soils on plant-available water and associated forest productivity.
It might take three hours at 1 gallon per hour to saturate coarse-textured soil or six hours to saturate heavy clay soil," he says.
Thus, although alfalfa pellets, which has a small particle size, have less effect on chewing stimulation, coarse-textured rice straw with alfalfa pellets stimulates chewing activity in dairy cows even though the quantity of rice straw was 40% of the TH.
However, the impact of surface irrigation-applied estrogens on water quality may be greater for areas with coarse-textured or highly structured soils over-lying shallow groundwater.
Several studies have indicated that soil texture beneath OWS influences phosphate treatment with fine-textured soils providing more phosphate reduction than coarse-textured soils.
Coarse-textured soils have been associated with repellency because coarse particles have less surface area per unit volume than finer particles, making them more susceptible to coating by a limited supply of hydrophobic substances (Crockford et al.
Similar dynamics could direct preferential flow around natural capillary barriers and funnel subsurface flow through coarse-textured soils sandwiched between finer layers.
The aluminum receiver is finished in a very coarse-textured deep black.
Inadequate drainage can occur even in coarse-textured soils if they are subjected to heavy traffic and become compacted.
Sucupira is a fairly coarse-textured wood, but the end grain has an open texture that feels almost warm to the touch," said Gilmer.