drip line


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drip line

[′drip ‚līn]
(nuclear physics)
The boundary, on a chart of the nuclides, beyond which a nucleon (proton or neutron) is no longer bound to the nucleus.

drip line

An imaginary line described on the ground by the outer branch tips of a plant.
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A good drip line length should be 36-50 metres, depending with the water pressure.Once in a while, test water flow rates in the drip lines by placing a beaker on the lower side of the emitter while timing to determine the amount of water it supplies to the crops.
They include drips, drip lines and a pump if necessary.
In the perpendicular direction to the drip line, the sampling transect was close to, but not in the sand-filled niche to avoid sampling the added sand (Fig.
To assess differences in the accumulation of metals and arsenic in soils by tree type, soil sampling locations were randomly selected across plots and collected at the drip line of 36 seedlings (12 per tree type).
To take advantage of these thirsty roots, place a soaker hose at the drip line or edge of the tree's canopy.
Imagine a 10,440 ha (25.800 acres) contiguous drip-irrigated farm that has 1,000 km (620 mi) of buried mainline, 30.600 km (19,000 mi) of drip line, and 34 pumping stations with 110 pumps, all installed in an area more arid than the Kalahari Desert.
Nourishmat[TM] Roll Out Garden with irrigation drip line included (Also available without dripline)
I recommend a single application each year of three pounds of nitrogen per 1,000 square feet of drip line from a slow-release, low-burn fertilizer.
The contacts were hooked up to an intravenous (IV) drip line, which pumped water over my eyes to flush the solvent off.
An important feature was the addition of a valve and rinse line to quickly flush the system, which is critical with treatments such as chlorantraniliprole because the amounts used are very precise (3.4 ml per treatment/50 row meter of drip line).
For that reason, the aim of this study was to evaluate the effect on fruit yield and quality using double drip line of irrigation vs.
As a rule of thumb, roots extend just a little further than the tree canopy (i.e., drip line) (Kohut 2007).