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loam

a fertile soil formed of sand and clay and having an organic or humus content.
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Results are most directly applicable to forests with a similar loamy soil texture.
Australia's truffle cultivation efforts concentrate especially in the Southwestern region--and it's still somewhat of a mystery why the red loamy soil there nurtures so well.
cabbage heads in the loamy soil, apple trees lined up
On a recent afternoon, pulses of liquid spilled across his fields to soak the loamy soil for planting.
globe artichokes, which can be planted out on light or loamy soil in full sun.
If you are fertilising flower borders, avoid adding fish, blood and bone to them as its scent attracts them, along with the rich, loamy soil which is a haven for worms.
Which were formed on the loamy soil, contemporary diluvium and bedded with guarded clays.
The use of calcareous sapropel for fertilisation on sandy loam Haplic Luvisols has demonstrated that after 24 years of sapropel action, the acidity of sandy loamy soil reduced, while the amounts of absorbed bases, humus, total nitrogen, and mobile phosphorus increased.
Bol Ajuong, a staff member of Rhino stars that worked in cooperation with Tiger two told the Sudan Tribune during the celebration that lack of machineries, landmines, loamy soil, uncertain security and resistance from local community delayed the construction that began in February this year.
As the farm lies on soft, loamy soil, the Severn meanders like an eel, shifting its course with each season and disrupting farm management.
Two alluvial soils were used in this experiment one was a slightly acidic loamy soil, and the other also slightly acidic but a sandy soil, both obtained from the farms of the University of Western Sydney, Richmond (37[degrees]33'35"S, 150[degrees]42'00"E), Australia.
They ascend like bubbles, and, reaching light and fresh air, anchor in the loamy soil.