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loam

a fertile soil formed of sand and clay and having an organic or humus content.
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Data are from van Faassen and van Dijk (1987) Manure type 0-6 months Sandy 6-18 months Sandy Sandy soil loam soil Sandy soil loam soil (3% clay) (18% clay) (3% clay) (18% clay) Cattle 37 18 14 8 Pig 41 31 17 11 Broiler manure 83 81 8 7 Table 5.
In sandy loam soil the vibration near the source is higher than in peat soil but lower than in the clay.
1 mg m-3 that allowed high water absorption Clay loam soil used in the study had 30% (w/w) sand and 40% (w/w) clay with 53% water saturation percentage.
Inoculum bags were buried in 500-gram samples of field-collected nonsterile sandy loam soil placed in 1-liter glass laboratory containers.
Mouazen and Ramon [14] investigated the traction of a forged coulter in regards to the soil moisture content and density vs working depth (from 10 to 37 cm) in sandy loam soil.
2010) studied the fate of pesticides in sandy loam soil of Pakistan at different water table depths.
According to Abdurahman, Simunul's sandy loam soil is ideal for chili farming.
An early look at mites collected from silty clay loam soil across the street from the acarology lab suggested Bolton had found a new species.
The Corangamite stony loam soil is confined largely to stony rises and cliffs/escarpment lining creeks.
The middle layer is filled with sandy loam soil, which usually comprises about 90 per cent sand and 10 per cent clay.
It grows in sandy-clay loam soil of volcanic origin located in forest clearings and open alpine meadows.