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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05) differences within treatment groups (film coverage, drip line density and lower irrigation limit).
To take advantage of these thirsty roots, place a soaker hose at the drip line or edge of the tree's canopy.
Closed-loop drip irrigation: BTF uses an award-winning, closed-loop design for the drip irrigation system, with drip lines fed from both sides, together with pressure-compensated emitters, to achieve efficient, uniform application at minimum pump energy costs.
Beckers said a grower could plant young vines and lay drip line the first year and then come back the next year to install trellising.
AVERAGE VOLUME OF SOLUTION AND CONCENTRATION OF CORAGEN[R] 20SC COLLECTED FROM THE DRIP LINE EMITTERS AT THE BEGINNING, MIDDLE AND END OF A ROW OF IRRIGATED PEPPERS, BRIDGETON, NEW JERSEY, 2007.
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.
Cracks within the drip line were assumed to be associated with root impact.
Soil samples with elevated levels of copper and chromium were confined to directly under the drip line of the boardwalk, and arsenic appeared to be limited to within 0.
Professionals generally mix up a very free-draining material and build in some sort of irrigation, such as a drip line, into the compost and then plant tiny plugs, securing them behind a galvanised mesh, starting from the bottom, and keep stapling the mesh on in layers.
Water will be treated at The Creeks golf course and then will be filtered through 800,000 feet of drip line under the golf course and evaporate.
Furthermore, documented evidence shows that soil lead levels are highest in soil at the house drip line and greatly decrease farther away from the house, regardless of whether or not the house is in a rural area or city (Jacobs 1995).
If you must work within the drip line, try not to compromise more than 25 percent of the area, says landscape architect Scott Coile, president of Coile & Associates in Pegram, Tenn.