Soils with >50% sand were classified as "light" and included sandy loam and loamy sand
. There were no consistent differences between soils supporting native vegetation and crested wheatgrass across all site pairs (n = 24) for pH (P = 0.64), electrical conductivity (P = 0.21),% sand (P = 0.78), % silt (P = 0.12), or % clay (P = 0.34).
The three soils used in this study were the Talparo series (clay loam), Piarco series (silt loam) and Arena series (loamy sand
Characterization of the samples of typic eutrophic Regolithic Neosol (0-20 and 20-60 cm) used in the tests Granulometric fraction (g [kg.sup.1]) [rho] Pasture soil Texture (kg d (cm) Sand Silt Clay [m.sup.-3]) 0-20 853.3 123.3 23.4 Loamy sand
1.507 20-60 781.9 171.2 46.9 Loamy sand
1.692 [mathematical expression not Pasture soil reproducible TOC * (cm) in ascii] (g [kg.sup.-1]) 0-20 5.9 7.32 [+ or -] 0.71 20-60 5.2 5.71 [+ or -] 0.35 * TOC--Total organic carbon; [rho]--Global density Table 2.
and sandy clay loam in Western Australia with problem of compaction.
The survey was conducted from January to December, 2016 by applying line transect technique in eight types of soil (sand, loamy sand
, sandy loam, sandy clay loam, loam, clay loam, silt loam, silty clay loam) to determine six soil properties (plant biomass, saturation, electrical conductivity, pH, organic matter, phosphorus and potassium) in Pothwar Plateau (250 km long and 100 km wide).
The major objective of this study was to investigate the wetting pattern of two generally used emitter types (inline and online) on different soils (loamy sand
, sandy loam, silt and clay) of Peshawar valley and compare the observed values with model simulation using Drip Irrigation Water Distribution Pattern Calculator (DIPAC) and Drip-Irriwater models.
The soil of the experimental sites was loamy sand
and showed limitations regarding pH, P content and thickness (Table 1).
The soil of experimental field was loamy sand
in texture, having low in organic carbon (0.41%) and nitrogen (242 kg [ha.sup.-1]) and medium in phosphorus (32 kg [ha.sup.-1]) and potash (263 kg [ha.sup.-1]) with pH 7.5.
Soil at Clayton during 2011 was a combination of a Rains sandy loam (fine-loamy, siliceous, semiactive, thermic Typic Paleaquults), Varina loamy sand
(fine, kaolinitic, thermic Plinthic Paleudults), a Wagram loamy sand
(loamy, kaolinitic, thermic Arenic Kandiudults), and Norfolk loamy sand
(fineloamy, kaolinitic, thermic Typic Kandiudults).
For this reason, in the present study, the comparison between soil hydraulic functions was developed with similar soil textures, taking into account sand, sandy loam, and loamy sand
data, as can be seen from Figure 5(a).
A field trial was successively conducted on a loamy sand
soil at Ismailia Agricultural Research Station cultivated with wheat (Triticum aestivum L., cv Sakha 69) at winter 2013.
Table 1 HSG based on USDA soil classification HSG Soil Texture A Sand, loamy sand
or sandy loam B Silt or loam C Sandy clay loam D Clay loam, silt clay loam, sandy clay, silty clay, or clay Table 2 Soil types according to soil texture Type of soil Soil texture Coarse Loamy Typic Dystropepts Clay loam Coarse Loamy Typic Humitropepts Sandy clay loam Fine Loamy Lithic Troporthents loam Fine Loamy Typic Dystropepts Silty clay Sandy loam Loamy sand
Typic Tropudalf Silty clay Ultic Dystropepts Loamy sand
Ultic Tropudalf Sandy clay loam Table 3 Hydrological soil group, land use and CN S.