nonirrigated

nonirrigated

(nɒnˈɪrɪˌɡeɪtɪd)
adj
(Environmental Science) ecology not irrigated; dry
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Arroues 2006), the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) provided salinity estimations only for nonirrigated soils because the influence of irrigation on soil salinity cannot be accounted for at the regional scale using traditional soil survey protocols.
For example, the 2009 EQIP formula used to distribute financial assistance funds to states includes the number of farms and ranches, the number of specialty crop farms, acres of grazing land, acres of irrigated cropland, acres of nonirrigated cropland, livestock numbers (in animal units), cropland eroding at greater-than-soil-loss tolerance, and the number of nutrient management plans in place.
Not to be confused with the Christmastime bloomers commonly called amaryllis, these South African natives--which can grow in a sunny, nonirrigated spot--send up strappy green foliage in winter.
Nonirrigated orchards are strongly discouraged because pecans have a constant need for moisture.
nipponensis was noted or absent, and also measured the water depth (WD) during the nonirrigated season, sediment material (SM), and the area of vegetation cover area (CA) to determine habitat suitability.
Jorenush MH, Sepaskhah AR (2003) Modelling capillary rise and soil salinity for shallow saline water table under irrigated and nonirrigated conditions.
1) Each quarter, the Ag Credit Survey asks bankers in the Tenth District to provide the current average market values of "good quality" or nonirrigated cropland, irrigated cropland, and ranchland/pastureland in their lending area.
For nonirrigated farms, the yield increased from 2.
We investigated the association between adenosine sensitivity and ablation success/recurrence rates with a nonirrigated or an irrigated catheter.
Irrigated coffee plants were able to achieve growth rates larger than that of nonirrigated plants, confirming the fact that restriction in soil water availability negatively affects the metabolic processes for plant growth (Carvalho et al.
The researchers had studied soil carbon levels in fields established in 1980 for three different nonirrigated cropping systems--continuous com, continuous soybean, and asoybean/comrotation--that were managed with six different tillage systems.