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coarse-textured, coarse-grained, open-grained

Descriptive of wood having an open, porous cell structure that usually requires filling to provide a smooth finish.
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Regardless of the N source, N application increased leaf N concentration in comparison to the control in the coarse-textured soil, but the leaf N concentration was highest in the medium- and fine-textured soil with application of urea+[S.sub.A] followed by urea, ammonium sulfate, and urea+[S.sub.B] (Table 4).
Inadequate drainage can occur even in coarse-textured soils if they are subjected to heavy traffic and become compacted.
Previous work by Phillips (2002a, 2002b) and Phillips and Burton (2005) has generated considerable information on fertiliser (KCl) and wastewater (piggery effluent) leaching in large, undisturbed cores of a coarse-textured Podosol soil, and a well-structured Vertosol clay soil, respectively.
A soil textural triangle is used to divide soil textures into twelve different soil textural classes: coarse-textured soils are sandy, loamy sand, or sandy loam; medium-textured soils are sandy clay loams, loams, silt loams, and silt; fine-textured soils are sandy clays, clay loams, silty clay loams, silty clays, and clays.
By 2004, pellet teed dropped to 14 percent of total production while meal climbed to 72 percent and coarse-textured 11 percent (chart 2).
As a result, coarse-textured soils cover more than 50 percent of the country's agricultural land.
Generally, fine-textured grasses are more attractive than coarse-textured grasses.
A bit of a mouthful in other words but a very good one, apparently, the halves of succulent pepper packed solidly with the coarse-textured but deeply savoury and moist mix.
Coarse-textured soils might have conductivities of one and one-half inches per hour or more, while fine-textured soils might measure a hundredth of that, or even less.
Coarse-textured plants have the largest leaves of all plants and are very noticeable, especially when planted near finer-textured plants.
Off-type plants removed were (i) low-growing, low-density plants that had predominately thick, whitish stolons with a reduced number of leaves of very fine texture and producing few seedheads, (ii) very aggressive, medium-green, high-density plants that were approximately 45 cm tall (freestanding at maturity), and (iii) coarse-textured, lighter-green or excessively blue plants with greenish seedheads or minimal seedhead initiation.
Generally, the fine-textured grasses are regarded as more attractive than the coarse-textured grasses.