Aridisol


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Aridisol

[a′rid·ə‚sȯl]
(geology)
A soil order characterized by pedogenic horizons; low in organic matter and nitrogen and high in calcium, magnesium, and more soluble elements; usually dry.
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After 5 years of following the cotton-wheat rotation in the Aridisol SOM content in the surface soil (0-15 cm) was significantly increased by BNM, INM and BNM+GM treatments in comparison with the FFU treatment in both Awagat and Shahpur soils (Table 1).
86%) is straightforward in aridisol (soils exist in study area) having low initial organic matter and afterwards increase is very slow (RAFIQUE et al.
Effects of irrigation sources on ammonia-oxidizing bacterial communities in a managed turf-covered aridisol.
Three types of representative soil-samples (alluvial typic ustochrept;, aridisol subgp typic orthids and aeric halaquept)(0-30 cm) from Aligarh district were collected.
The concentration of micronutrients in wheat grain and straw grown on aridisol soil with different doses of carbamate pesticides ranged: Zn from 12-20; 12-24; 11-20; Mn from 22-30; 21-30; 21-29; Cu from 1.
Not detected Characteristic Coposa Salar Huasco Soil order/source Aridisol Aridisol Sampling location Latitude 20[degrees]38'S 20[degrees]18'S Longitude 68[degrees]40'W 68[degrees]52'W Altitude (m) 3730 3700 EC (dS/m) 0.
These soils are classified as Aridisols and are characterised mainly by low parental mineral weathering, high salt content, low organic matter content, slight alkalinity, high limestone content, and sandy texture (Luzio 1986).
Maize yields and soil loss with conservation and conventional tillage practices on a tropical Aridisol.
A Pleistocene age for the burial can be deduced because the skeleton was sealed by an aridisol that had formed during the more humid phase of the Holocene (from 9500 up to 6000 years ago in this area).
The soil profile on the Khul Morit property is typical of a sierozem soil (also referred to as aridisol and/or xerosol soil types).
In studies of spontaneous dispersion with a vertisol, an alfisol (red brown earth), and an aridisol, Chorom et al.
Over 97 Mha of the total 143 Mha of the cultivated area of India is rainfed, covering different soil types ranging from shallow to very deep Vertisols, Inceptisols, Entisols, Oxisols, Alfisols, and Aridisols and associated soils.