Inceptisol


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Inceptisol

[in′sep·tə‚sȯl]
(geology)
A soil order characterized by soils that are usually moist, with pedogenic horizons of alteration of parent materials but not of illuviation.
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The vineyard was established in a Cambissolo soil (FLORES et al., 2012), which is equivalent to an Inceptisol soil according to the Soil Taxonomy.
Masto RE, Chhonkar PK, Singh D, Patra AK (2006) Changes in soil biological and biochemical characteristics in a long-term field trial on a sub-tropical inceptisol. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38, 1577-1582.
Integrated nutrient management for okra in an inceptisol of eastern India and yield modeling through artificial neural network.
The soil is a Cambissolo Haplico tipico (Brazilian classification; Santos et al., 2013) or an inceptisol, with a clayey texture (550 g clay [Mg.sup.-1]).
Particularmente, la Meseta de San Pedro corresponde a una terraza alta que esta conformada de suelos arenosos a franco arenosos de naturaleza cuarzosa y de baja fertilidad pertenecientes a los ordenes entisol e inceptisol (Refocosta 2013).
Valores del factor K para cada tipo de suelo Suelo FAO USDA Orden Suborden Gran grupo Saj Regosol i?1/2utrico Inceptisol Udepte Distrudepte Va Fluvisol i?1/2utrico Entisol Orthente Udorthente Mj Fluvisol i?1/2utrico Entisol Orthente Ustorthente Suelo USDA Subgrupo Saj Distrudepte Ti?1/2pico Va Udorthente Ti?1/2pico Mj Ustorthente Li?1/2tico Fuente: INTA-UNSa, 2009.