criteria for erodible
soils presented convergence, considering the purpose of the classification of soils into erodibility classes.
Here exists thick vegetation and the soil is slightly erodible
, covered with stones thus protecting it from rain splash.
The two components together--$16 billion for retiring highly erodible
land and $8 billion for adopting conservation practices--give an annual total for the world of $24 billion.
The 1985 FSA also defined highly erodible
soil and utilized the "T value" as the goal to be achieved.
If soils have an El greater than 8, they are considered highly erodible
and the producer needs to seriously consider their suitability for cultivation.
Be covered by a conservation plan for any highly erodible
The law's flagship environmental component is the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), which pays farmers to plant native grasses or trees instead of crops on highly erodible
Since it was formed in 1997, the task force has developed several strategies to help reduce blowing dust and stabilize erodible
farm land throughout the Antelope Valley.
The spread of maize brings to southern England the world's most erodible
This field research was done on highly erodible
Memphis Silt Loarg Soil (Typic hapludalf, silty, mixed, thermic) in 1993 and 1994 to compare the LAI, biomass and yield of snap beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.
Serpentine "barrens" are rare natural communities composed of grasslands and oak savanna growing around outcrops of serpentine, a magnesium-rich mineral that contributes to dry, acidic, erodible
, nutrient-poor soils.
This sandy, highly erodible
fill necessitated the addition of a five-ft wide shoulder or transition strip adjacent to the concrete.