overapplication

overapplication

(ˌəʊvərˌæplɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
excessive application
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The overapplication of synthetic fertilizers isn't only hard on the checkbook, but it's also extremely destructive to our ecosystem.
Removing the operator from the sprayer eliminates human error, which can lead to overapplication or application in the wrong areas.
Florida and Alabama also exhibit characteristics that have been identified by other papers as key indicia of overapplication of the death penalty.
* Improvements to soil properties due to reduced overapplication of
Overapplication of mineral fertilizers and unbalanced nutrients are also major concerns in vegetable production.
Perhaps the most common bad habit is overapplication. I cannot stress enough how important it is for rubber molders to use their chosen coating as directed, and seek the experienced advice of a release specialist before they risk wasting time, money and material.
Overapplication or excessive fertilization is also detrimental to the environment and is not economically sustainable [3].
What about the overapplication of pesticides and supply-chain contamination?
Section III.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.sup.-1]) in pasture shoots at the dairy and beef upslope sites and created a large pool of readily leachable P in the living pasture shoots (Bromfield and Jones 1972; McDowell et al.
Caution was taken to avoid overapplication or contact with the eyelids or nictitating membrane.