residual soil


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Noun1.residual soil - the soil that is remaining after the soluble elements have been dissolved
dirt, soil - the part of the earth's surface consisting of humus and disintegrated rock
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Allied to this, the increase in the dose of these herbicides promoted by the use of rice cultivars with higher levels of tolerance can exacerbate the problem of residual soil.
Before planting, fields were sprinkler-irrigated to leach residual soil NO[sub.
Without inorganic N, humic acid could not add to soil N reservoir over control treatments but integration of both N and HA significantly improved residual soil N which would better affect soil fertility status for the succeeding crops.
fixed schedule, perform the following steps in the implementation of the order - work consisting of cyclic treatment areas of all impurities in the overgrowth of grass and weeds, residual soil, sand, garbage, paper, cartons, leaflets and other all contaminants including cutting off the edges trawnika.
The residual soil NO3-under highest level of N (irrespective of splits) also led to a lower crop N recovery.
In either scenario, the concentration of extractable Cu in the residual soil would be depleted.
Given the context described previously, this study investigated, via geotechnical laboratory tests, the susceptibility to accelerated erosion of cuts in residual soil profiles in some highways and local secondary roads of the city of Ouro Branco, Alto Paraopeba, state of Minas Gerais, southeastern Brazil.
The EPA will hold a public meeting about plans to clean up residual soil contamination at the Benfield Industries, Inc.
By that it was meant that at the completion of the cleaning process, direct visual inspection of the instrument for residual soil be done.
The weakening of the monsoon towards the end of the season also bodes ill for the build- up of residual soil moisture that is vital for crop sowing in the following rabi season, as well as for replenishing reservoirs that support crop irrigation and hydroelectricity.
Any residual soil sickness in the surrounding area should have cleared away by the time the box disintegrates and the rose roots break free.