overapplication

overapplication

(ˌəʊvərˌæplɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
excessive application
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This system also helps producers manage their input costs by reducing the overapplication and underapplication that can occur in varying field conditions.
A describes how that factual determination of overapplication would come about in the first place.
Limitations to pasture growth from S, K and N, along with the overapplication of P fertiliser, may have caused the high concentrations of P (>4mg [g.
Caution was taken to avoid overapplication or contact with the eyelids or nictitating membrane.
Low pulsation and high dosing accuracy from the unit's Dosa dosing system and data logging feature means less cost from material wasted in overapplication.
Instead, they see DPCR as a remedy for some of the inherent problems with the system, such as overapplication of the death penalty and the absence of an effective state compensation program for victims of capital offenses.
Malfunctions of the fumigant application equipment resulted in an overapplication of the 0.
Finally, for farmers, sustainability certification should require runoff treatment or recycling, as well as regular testing of soil nutrient levels to avoid fertilizer overapplication.
Although no impact was observed in this study, we caution the overapplication of the results of this spatially and temporally limited study to other areas and other times where impacts from the Deepwater Horizon spill may have occurred.
53) To address existing sources of pollution, including contamination accompanying the overapplication of manure, citizens may need to resort to nuisance law.
The error lies not in the use of workshops but in their overapplication.
For many years, overapplication of nitrogen wasn't that much of an issue for vegetable growers because it was a small fraction of their overall production budget," Bartolo says.