Aquept

Aquept

[′ak·wəpt]
(geology)
A suborder of the soil order Inceptisol, wet or drained, which lacks silicate clay accumulation in the soil profiles; surface horizon varies in thickness.
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Morphological characteristics Locality BARI, Gazipur, Bangladesh Geographic 24[degrees]-0'N latitude, 90[degrees]-25'E longitude, 8.40 m position height above the sea level AEZ Madhupur tract (AEZ 28) General soil Near neutral soil pH, Grey Terrace soils type (Aeric Albaquept) Taxonomic soil classification Order Inceptisol Suborder Aquept Subgroup Aeric Albaquept Soil series Chhiata Physiographic un Madhupur tract Drainage Moderate Flood level Above flood level Vegetation Clean cultivation and maintaining cropping pattern Topography Medium high land, 8.40 m height above the sea level TABLE 2: Physical characteristics of the initial soil of the experimental plot.