Vermicomposting converts fly ash to enrich soil fertility and sustain crop growth in red and lateritic soils
In general, the macrostructure of lateritic soils
depends on the laterization and weathering processes (Miguel and Bonder, 2012).
The quartz fibers were set in the reactor to support the lateritic soils
. The gaseous mixture composed of 1% [H.sub.2]S, 25% CO, 15% [H.sub.2], and a balance of [N.sub.2] from regulation cylinders.
The formations encountered from the surface to the depth were various lateritic formations (lateritic soils
, laterites) with high resistivity values (> 2000 Ohm.m), a gneissic weathered/fractured arena with low resistivity values (< 850 Ohm.m) which represents the aquifer formation and the gneissic basement.
For example, Chisholm's Wattle (Acacia chisolmii, [C.sub.3] plant, [N.sub.2]-fixing legume shrub) and Spinifex (Triodia spp., [C.sub.4] grass) are two keystone native plant species widely present on stony and lateritic soils
in the colluvial and well drained land of Mt Isa region (North-west, Queensland, Australia) (Specht and Specht 1999; Fox et al.
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[8.] Rahman, M.A., Effect of Cement-rice Husk Ash Mixtures on Geotechnical Properties of Lateritic Soils
, Soils and Foundations, 27(2), 1987, pp.
Effect of fly ash, organic wastes and chemical fertilizers on yield, nutrient uptake, heavy metal content and residual fertility in a rice-mustard cropping sequence under acid lateritic soils
. Bioresource Technol.
The Pinus cubensis, simply called Pino, grows in the mountains of northeastern Cuba, over higher rainy slopes covered with red lateritic soils
. Its thickets mixed with tropical forests create some fabulous, though vulnerable, landscapes.
1c) showed loamy sand and sandy loam A horizons over B horizons typical of lateritic soils
, which texture as sandy-loam to sandy clay loam when finely ground but in their native state are cemented with sesquioxides and contain dense ironstone gravel layers (>60% v/v) at the upper margin of the B horizon.
The lateritic soils
become compact and harden, so that after only a few years of cultivation such areas are as hard as concrete and further cultivation or revegetation is impossible.
Adsorption of carbofuran on lateritic soils
. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 58: 275-284.