Oxisol


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Oxisol

[′äk·sə‚sȯl]
(geology)
A soil order characterized by residual accumulations of inactive clays, free oxides, kaolin, and quartz; mostly tropical.
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Physical-hydraulic attributes and wheat yield in an oxisol under compaction states.
Maize yield and nutrition during 4 years after biochar application to a colombian savanna oxisol.
The Tectona grandis seeds were collected from a plant matrix and sown in 8-liter pots (three seeds per pot), containing a mixture of oxisol, sand and cattle manure at ratio 3:1:0.
Near-infrared spectroscopic assessment of soil texture in an oxisol of the eastern plains of Colombia
An Oxisol (Munchong Series) and an Ultisol (Bungor Series) were used in this experiment, which was laid out using a randomized completely block design in six replication.
Thus, this study evaluated the persistence of saflufenacil in a Brazilian oxisol and determined its toxicity to the bean cultivar IPR-Tiziu using a field bioassay.
Group Classes of Soils Aptitude I Preferred soils Oxisol Eutroferric and Eutrophic Red Yellow Eutrophic Alfisoil, Luvisol Haplic, Cambisol, Chernossolos and Fluvic Neossols Eutrophic, non-salty, non-sodic and well drained.
Assessing the organic phosphorus status of an Oxisol under tropical pastures following native savanna using 31P NMR spectroscopy.
The results showed that the sewage sludge could be an important source of Zn and Cu in soils for crop production shown by their high concentrations in the Oxisol and Ultisol treated with 10% sewage sludge.