solarization


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solarization

exposure to sunlight and the effects produced thereby.
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Soil moisture is critical for solarization to work correctly because it makes organisms more sensitive to heat and transfers heat to weed seeds in the soil (much like "cooking" them).
Effect of steam and solarization treatments on pest control, strawberry yield and economic returns relative to methyl bromide.
The treatments compared were: solarization (S) = plastic pre-plant, nothing post-plant; mulch (M) = mulch pre-plant, mulch post-plant; mulch + solar (MS) = plastic pre-plant, mulch post-plant; and control (C) = nothing pre-plant, mulch post-plant.
Soil solarization is the most reliable method for nematode control.
1) Man Ray had discovered the solarization together with his disciple and friend Lee Miller, in his Parisian chambre noire in the beginning of the twentieth century, by accidentally turning on the light and exposing material.
Soil solarization could be an alternative to methyl bromide
Proprietary silica-based FBPI fiber optimized for NIR attenuation and UV solarization resistance improves transmission over a wider spectral range
Tenders are invited for Construction of Soil Solarization Platform cum Ponding Mixture Shed at Agriculture Polyclinic Nursery Mouza Krishnanagar, Tal.
Further more, he asked the concerned officials to continue work on solarization.
Leveling up the fastness of the fabric to Level 4, they ensure that the bikinis are able to endure solarization, swimming and other conditions.
Solarization can be somewhat effective in those areas, but is limited by the number of sunny days (Hildebrand 1989).
Russ's pictures reflect a spectacular experimental power, incorporating various photographic techniques, like layering, solarization and rayogramming to his negative/positive images.