When she was out in the fields she used to spend whole hours in looking at a flower, in watching the water flow, in gazing at the wonders in the depths of the clear, still river pools, at the picturesque mosaic made up of pebbles and earth and sand, of water plants and green moss, and the brown soil
washed down by the stream, a deposit full of soft shades of color, and of hues that contrast strangely with each other.
There it was, spread largely on both banks, the Oriental capital which had as yet suffered no white conqueror; an expanse of brown houses of bamboo, of mats, of leaves, of a vegetable-matter style of architecture, sprung out of the brown soil
on the banks of the muddy river.
Profile distribution and storage of soil organic carbon in an aquic brown soil
as affected by land use.
No Brown Soil
Yellow Soil Brown Soil
1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 8 45 0 0 9 0 45 0 10 2 2 2 Table 2: Experiments Results When Soil is in Compacted OMC Condition (Abdoullah et al., 2009) Optimum Moisture [gamma] Sl.
Armed with ceremonial shovels, they hoisted rich brown soil
into the air to symbolize the breaking of ground for construction to begin.
The tread + dung treatment accounted for ~50% of TP losses for the Brown soil
, followed by 45, 65, and 45% of TP losses for the Melanic, Pallic, and Recent Gley soils, respectively.
Picture a farm, and a freshly ploughed field may spring to mind: brown soil
ridged with neat furrows that turn gold as the sun sets.
plays it day and night, while he plants his seed in brown soil
As a nonsaline loam control, we used dark brown soil
from the surface layer (0-20 cm) and a deeper layer (60-80 cm) from the Experimental Forest Farm of Northeast Forestry University (45[degrees]43'6"N, 126[degrees]37'54" E).
WINTER gardens often lack colour and bare brown soil
makes them look exceptionally dull and boring.
associations found in group 2 have a cambi-argic profile formed by argillization in situ or by argi-eluviation in rich non-siliceous sesquioxides and biologically active conditions (Reintam 1998).
It looks like brown cotton wool when dry but wet looks like dark brown soil
and it's great for keeping weeds down.