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SOIL CONSERVATION
CALIFORNIA
RUSSIA
HABITATS
GRAPE VARIETIES
PLANTING
FERTILIZER
SANDY
GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS
SOIL BIOLOGY
LIMESTONE SOILS
CHANGE
TREE
FERTILIZERS
REGION
CLIMATIC
CRUSTS
CLAY
TYPE
SUBTYPES
WIDE VARIETY
WASTEWATER
VARIETY
WIDER RANGE
TYPES
WIDE RANGE
ESSENTIAL COMPONENT
LOAM
SOIL TYPES
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    This Review contains major "Soil Types"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Two soil types were used. (Web site)

Soil Conservation

  1. Soil conservation analyzes the vegetative uptake of naturally occurring zinc in many soil types. (Web site)

California

  1. The soil types and landforms of California vary greatly, having been influenced by the plate tectonics of the North American and Pacific Plates. (Web site)

Russia

  1. He developed soil science in Russia, and was, perhaps the first person to make wide geographical investigations of different soil types.

Habitats

  1. Earthworms are found in a wide range of habitats throughout the world, having adapted to many different soil types as well as to lakes and streams.

Grape Varieties

  1. Comprised of nine districts, Baden has many soil types and grape varieties. (Web site)

Planting

  1. The list of recommended seeds for annual plantings varies among localities, soil types, time of planting and other factors.

Fertilizer

  1. Ammonia volatilization from nitrogen (N) fertilizer applied throughout the year to two soil types was measured using a system of small wind tunnels.

Sandy

  1. Cabernet Franc can adapt to a wide variety of vineyard soil types but seems to thrive in sandy, chalk soils, producing heavier, more full bodied wines there. (Web site)

Geographical Regions

  1. Seems that his boss has been sending him to a wine course, two hours per week and he's learning about geographical regions, soil types, grapes…wow. (Web site)

Soil Biology

  1. Topics include soil analysis, soil biology, soil management, and soil types.

Limestone Soils

  1. Although gamay noir vines grow with moderate vigor in many soil types, it seems partial to granite and limestone soils. (Web site)

Change

  1. Soil texture, color and chemistry often reflect the underlying geologic parent material and soil types often change at geologic unit boundaries.

Tree

  1. It is a fast growing, extremely long lived tree, flowering during summer and will tolerate most soil types.
  2. Although this tree will tolerate most soil types, poorer soils will result in a smaller bushier specimen.

Fertilizers

  1. They also study the responses of various soil types to fertilizers, tillage practices, and crop rotation.

Region

  1. The earliest classification was published in Russia in the 1880 's and was based upon the major soil types found in that region. (Web site)

Climatic

  1. Factors such as soil types and root structures, climatic conditions and above ground vegetative cover impact the effectiveness of riparian buffering.

Crusts

  1. The crusts of two soil types were found to be affected to different extents by the imposed weathering procedure.

Clay

  1. Soil types: The entire rock cycle of igneous (volcanic), sedimentary (sandstone, clay, limestone) and metamorphic (slate) rocks is present in the Nahe. (Web site)

Type

  1. Soil types vary widely from one region to another, depending on the type of bedrock they overlie and the climate in which they form. (Web site)

Subtypes

  1. The varied Bulgarian natural environment has produced about 20 soil types and subtypes.

Wide Variety

  1. Many small farm agroecosystems in the Third World are are located on a wide variety of slopes, aspects, microclimates, elevational zones, and soil types.
  2. The New England aster inhabits a wide variety of habitats and soil types, though it does not tolerate strong shade. (Web site)
  3. Sub-Saharan Africa, with 96 percent of all AIDS cases, has a wide variety of soil types (see soil map provided) but which generally have low soil selenium. (Web site)

Wastewater

  1. Common salts such as sodium molecules contained in wastewater can fulfil this role and lead to a localized hardpan in some soil types.

Variety

  1. Trinidad is made up of a variety of soil types, the majority being fine sands and heavy clays.

Wider Range

  1. Red maple can probably thrive on a wider range of soil types, textures, moisture, pH, and elevation than any other forest species in North America (18). (Web site)

Types

  1. Samples of both types of crust from both soil types were subjected to mercury intrusion analysis after both the first and second drying periods.

Wide Range

  1. This tree is easily cultivated and will tolerate a wide range of soil types and climatic conditions.
  2. Improve Your Garden Soil Covers a wide range of garden soil topics, including soil types, pH, nutrients, testing, composting and fertilizers. (Web site)
  3. Although reported dry matter production of different tree species varies over a wide range depending on soil types and climate, certain species stand out. (Web site)

Essential Component

  1. Potassium is an essential component needed in plant growth and is found in most soil types.

Loam

  1. People describe soil types in all kinds of ways such as heavy, light, sandy, clay, loam, poor or good. (Web site)

Soil Types

  1. Gardens have one or a combination of soil types, including clay, silt, loam, sandy loam, sand, gravel, and rock.
  2. Soil scientists describe soil types by how much sand, silt and clay are present. (Web site)
  3. Tell them to find samples of soil from areas other than their yards so a wider range of soil types can be examined.

Categories

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  5. Soil Scientists
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