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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The slight decrease in K concentration in oxalic acid for the Vertisol, Aridisol and Entisol may be due to the trapping of K ions or K-bearing minerals by Ca oxalate precipitation (McBride et al.
The Guvo soil series (n = 5) represents a calcic Aridisol formed at a mean annual temperature (MAT) of 21.7[degrees]C and a mean annual precipitation of 232 mm [yr.sup.-1].
Por lo anterior, los objetivos de este trabajo fueron determinar la influencia de acidos fulvicos obtenidos de leonardita en el incremento de la estabilidad de agregados de un aridisol bajo condiciones de casa sombra y evaluar la morfologia del xilema de la parte radicular durante el desarrollo fenologico de una planta horticola, el melon (Cucumis melo L.).
Milakh et al., "Improvement and assessment of soil quality under long-term conservation agricultural practices in hot, arid tropical aridisol," Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, vol.
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).
Effects of irrigation sources on ammonia-oxidizing bacterial communities in a managed turf-covered aridisol. Biology and Fertility of Soils 43: 247-255.
Three types of representative soil-samples (alluvial typic ustochrept;, aridisol subgp typic orthids and aeric halaquept)(0-30 cm) from Aligarh district were collected.
En relacion a los suelos se presenta una diferenciacion regionalizada: a) Region semiarida: en las areas montanosas los suelos no son profundos, poseen grandes contenidos de piedras y fragmentos rocosos, predominando los de bajo desarrollo pedogenetico, ordenes Entisol, Inceptisol y Aridisol (Orthids, con horizontes Cambico, Calcico, Gipsico, Petrocalcico o Salico).
Maize yields and soil loss with conservation and conventional tillage practices on a tropical Aridisol. In J.F.
Aridisol Arid soils of cool to hot deserts and dry Range, shrublands, often alkaline with salted irrigated horizons, thin or no O or A.
Here, we measured P and dissolved organic carbon (DOC) sorption isotherms on 23 soils from tropical Oxisol, Ultisol, Inceptisol, Andisol, and Aridisol soils using P concentrations from 10 to 500 mg P L and DOC concentrations from 10 to 100 mg DOC [L.sup.-1] Isotherms were fit to the Langmuir equation and parameters were related to soil characteristics.
The soils of the experimental region are Aridisol considering the US Soil Taxonomy.