soil chemistry


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soil chemistry

[¦sȯil ¦kem·ə·strē]
(geochemistry)
The study and analysis of the inorganic and organic components and the life cycles within soils.
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About 3 million gallons of fire retardant were dropped on wine country, with potential effect on soil chemistry.
The summer after my junior year, I completed a research internship in a soil chemistry lab at Iowa State University--another great ag school.
Precursor-inoculum interaction produced highest grain yield of wheat at Soil Bacteriology Section, Soil Chemistry Section (Institute of Soil Chemistry and Environmental Sciences, ISCandES) Faisalabad i.
We therefore filtered the entire dataset for which soil chemistry data were potentially available (867 samples), discarding records: (i) for which there were not values for [EC.
The aim of this European public procurement is to establish a framework agreement for a period of one year, three times an extension option of one year with one contractor for carrying out biogeochemical / soil chemistry research for the Province of Gelderland.
The cardboard-mulched beds stayed weed-free longer and showed more positive changes in soil chemistry compared with beds mulched with hay.
Reference to chemical analysis, the ingredients in tea are very complicated which may be due to soil chemistry or processing with tanning substances like flavonols, alkaloids, protein, amino acids, enzymes, aroma, vitamins and trace elements [5-8].
Despite being considerably warmer than Mars, the extreme dryness the soil chemistry in this region are remarkably similar to that of the Red Planet.
Technical knowledge in soil chemistry is required to read a number of the papers.
Institute of Soil Chemistry and Environmental Sciences Chairman Dr Riaz Ahmed Sial told reporter that increase in temperature not only decreased the fertility of the land but also increased the attack of diseases and insects on the crops.
Institute of Soil Chemistry and Environmental Sciences Chairman, Dr Riaz Ahmed Sial told reporter that increase in temperature not only decreased fertility of the land but also increased the attack of diseases and insects on crops.