silt soil

silt soil

[′silt ‚sȯil]
(geology)
A soil containing 80% or more of silt, and not more than 12% of clay and 20% of sand.
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The overburden in the area consists of red brown silt soil, light gray sand soil, red brown sandy soil and black cotton soil (Mbuga).
Along with the high summer rainfall (please don't tell the Wales Tourist Board), silt soil makes them grow really healthily," intones its publicity, tongue firmly in cheek.
Beach and McCray (2003) reported that 2-dimensional flow through biomat sidewalls was greater in sandy soils than in a silt soil.
Spring and summer months provide little relief due to the region's river bottom silt soil that is tracked in on feet.
in some areas found is silt soil type which has feature of very poor structure for growing plants or gardening
The aim of the measure overall, "construction of silt landfill Francop" is the placement and disposal of silt soils.
Although the fertile silt soils of south Lincolnshire remain their heartland, the company has also developed production capabilities in Cornwall, other regions in the UK and other counties.
Based on studies conducted on clay - silt soils and average electric conductivity of saturated extraction with more than 40 dS/m, he obtained following experimental formula for estimating the water needed for leaching.