hydric


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hy·dric

(hī'drik),
Relating to hydrogen in chemical combination.

hy·dric

(hī'drik)
Relating to hydrogen in chemical combination.
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Hydric soils in wetlands make cultivation of most agronomic crops difficult without some alteration.
Data compiled by government scientists show a high visual correlation between counties with the highest levels of flood-related crop losses, federal crop insurance and disaster assistance payments, and the presence of drained hydric soils (Scientific Assessment and Strategy Team, 1994).
Other areas, such as certain floodplains, don't have the hydric soils that typify wetlands, yet they still act as wetlands, the report explains.
The vines had sufficient water reserves to avoid hydric stress, but in vineyards where mature grapes were exposed, strong sun literally gave the fruit a bad case of sunburn.
Only 10 percent of reporting companies are driven by a requirement to disclose hydric performance; pressure from customers and other stakeholders is a minor reason.
Objectives : The project concerns the promoter's research, development and innovation (RDI) activities to be carried out between 2015 and 2018 within its Divisions Drillmec (design and manufacture of drilling and workover rigs and equipment for onshore and offshore oil & gas applications as well as for geothermal and hydric applications) and Trevi (development of technology and machinery for foundation, tunnelling and soil consolidation).
Three 150-m long transects were delimited in this plot simulating a hydric stress gradient.
All the physical and chemical changes that take place in the soil serve as indicators of hydric and environmental conditions (Richardson and Vepraskas 2001; Rcddy and DeLaune 2008).
Register now: Fundamentals Training, Wetlands Delineation, Exploring Wetlands Shrubs, Soil Science, Hydric Soil.
These preservatives help to control ethylene synthesis, pathogen development, maintenance of hydric and respiration balance, to contribute to color conservation and delay over all senescence of flowers [13,1].
sandy loams to fine sandy loams Clayey uplands: (a/b2) post oak or (a/b2) post oak or acid clay and blackjack oak woods blackjack oak woods locally sand or silt overlying chalk Clayey uplands: (b2) blackjack oak (c1) drier acid more influence of woods or grassy grassland acid clay than mixes chalk; not loamy Chalky uplands: (d1) xeric tending (d2) xero-hydric gentle slopes with chalk grassland chalk grassland influence of overlying clay Chalky uplands: (e) transitional (g2) more hydric steeper side-slopes chalk grassland; chalk grassland to local alluvial wider if disturbed flats with clay Chalky uplands: (g1) more mesic (k) lowland loamy toe-slopes, chalk grassland?