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NATIONAL COOPERATIVE SOIL SURVEY
ELEVATION
GOOD START
DRAINAGE
PARTICULAR TYPE
VINEYARD
SOIL CLASSIFICATION
SIZES
MOISTURE
SOIL MOISTURE
SOIL STRUCTURE
PARTICULAR SAMPLE
ENVIRONMENTAL
FACTORS
MOLDOVA
QUALITY
CLIMATE
BIOME
SOIL
GOOD DRAINAGE
SOIL TYPE
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Definitions

  1. Soil type is a fundamental factor in deciding what to grow and where to grow it - or rather optimising land use patterns.
  2. The soil type is an important factor in all heavy metal fixation reactions.
  3. The soil type is a very loose friable sandy loam that was cat tracked.
  4. The soil type is a Rago silt loam (fine, montmorillonitic, mesic Pachic Argiustoll). (Web site)
  5. Although soil type is the most important factor in determining the water infiltration rate of soil, another important factor is compaction.

National Cooperative Soil Survey

  1. The "Swastika Series" is a name given to a soil type in New Mexico by the US National Cooperative Soil Survey.

Elevation

  1. Each site featured in our Vineyard Series Syrah program is differentiated in elevation, soil type, trellising and clonal selection.

Good Start

  1. First, knowing your soil type is a good start to improving your soil.

Drainage

  1. While these sites were chosen for similar understory composition, they varied in overstory composition and age, drainage, soil type, and slope (Table 1).

Particular Type

  1. The selection of a particular type of PAM can now be tailored to soil type.

Vineyard

  1. The point of course is to showcase the differences of each vineyard separated by soil type.

Soil Classification

  1. Chernozemic soils are a soil type in the Canadian system of soil classification and the United Nations' FAO soil classification.

Sizes

  1. The ratio of these sizes determines soil type: clay, loam, clay-loam, silt-loam, and so on.

Moisture

  1. As a result, variations in soil type can be detected no matter what the moisture condition of the field. (Web site)

Soil Moisture

  1. Wind, soil type, soil moisture, humidity, snow, and winter sunshine may greatly affect the adaptability of plants.

Soil Structure

  1. These products help enhance soil drainage, improve soil structure, boost fertility and prevent drought stress no matter what the soil type.

Particular Sample

  1. In terms of soil texture, soil type usually refers to the different sizes of mineral particles in a particular sample.

Environmental

  1. Environmental: Acetic acid spreads on soil surface and penetrates at rate dependent on soil type and water content.

Factors

  1. Factors such as soil type and climate play a large part in this selection process but of course the resultant wine is an all important consideration as well.
  2. Patches may be due to natural (e.g., soil type) oranthropogenic (human-caused; e.g., housing development) factors.
  3. When site selection is an option, factors such as soil type and depth, previous crop history, and location (e.g.

Moldova

  1. About 75 percent of Moldova is covered by a soil type called "black earth" or chernozem. (Web site)

Quality

  1. In the vineyard, it encompasses soil type and geographic factors which may influence the quality of wine.
  2. The quality of wine is related to grape variety, followed by climatic area and by soil type. (Web site)

Climate

  1. Wine quality and flavor profiles vary widely with soil type, climate, clonal selection, vineyard management and wine-making techniques.
  2. Such factors as climate, soil type, hydraulic conductivity, precipation, porosity, etc.

Biome

  1. Kerala, shaded by biome, climate, and soil type.

Soil

  1. When spilled on soil, the liquid will spread on the surface and penetrate into the soil at a rate dependent on the soil type and its water content. (Web site)
  2. However, ""soil type"" in the broader sense refers to a pedological classification of the natural (or human-influenced) soil.
  3. Each soil type has a distinctive profile that is determined by the particular combination of factors that produced the soil. (Web site)

Good Drainage

  1. The mango tree is not too particular as to soil type, providing it has good drainage. (Web site)

Soil Type

  1. The amount of salt stored in the soil varies with the soil type, being low for sandy soils and high for soils contain a high percentage of clay minerals.
  2. Terroir: The French term for that elusive combination of soil type and microclimate that gives wines their character.
  3. Depending on geology and soil type, pump and treat may be a good method to quickly reduce high concentrations of pollutants. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Good Drainage
  2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Matter > Soil
  3. Matter > Liquids > Water > Water Content
  4. Nature > Life > Biomes > Biome
  5. Different Sizes
  6. Books about "Soil Type" in Amazon.com

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