soil line


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soil line

[′sȯil ‚līn]
(civil engineering)

soil pipe, soil line

A pipe which conveys the discharge of water closets or fixtures having similar functions, with or without the discharges from other fixtures. Also see cast-iron soil pipe.
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Disease infected plants showed wilting, chlorosis, wrinkling of lower leaves, rotting of stem and roots near the soil line along with abundant white branched mycelium and brown sclerotia.
In this study, residue predictions using this approach of determining soil and residue lines were poor and for this reason, an alternative method was tested where the soil line was determined as a line drawn through the 'darkest' two pixels that could form a lower bound for the cloud of all points plotted in two-band feature space.
Cut the flower stalks off at the soil line once they finish blooming to prevent the plant from going to seed.
The fungus forms seedlike structures and attacks plants near the soil line, spreading rapidly across the peanut canopy.
If you started plants in peat pots, set the pots below the soil line -- they have a tendency to dry out quickly when exposed to the air.
Bareroot plants have a visible soil line around the stem that shows how deep to plant them.
The crown of the rootball should be flush with the soil line.
Tenders are invited for renovation work for construction of underground storm water sewer line underground soil line and plinth protection work of mig tollygunge home
You usually can't dig or pull almost-mature weeds growing among food plants without devastating your planting, so lopping off the weeds just above the soil line is a better intervention.
Before you release any plant from its original container, check out the old soil line on the plant.