normal soil

normal soil

[′nȯr·məl ′sȯil]
(geology)
A soil having a profile that is more or less in equilibrium with the environment.
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Almond growers are concerned that whole-orchard recycling will deny valuable nutrients to the second-generation trees because of the high carbon-to-nitrogen ratio that could result when the previous orchard's debris is incorporated into the soil--or that the woody debris may be so large that it interferes with normal soil preparation and orchard management practices.
The incidence of eclosion (in normal soil moisture of 11%) was not different between eggs laid originally in field or laboratory cages with soil moisture levels of 2%, 11%, or 20% (F = 1.
8a shows a sudden onset of below normal soil moisture in the latter half of 1999.
al; 2004) who reported heavier maize cobs under higher NPK rates under normal soil and crop management conditions.
Gibberellic acid (GA3) increased the growth and yield of mungbean plant grown in normal soil as well as on contaminated soils.
s[theta]] developing in the shell due to the uniform symmetrical vertical or normal soil pressure, caused by a central by a central load, or a normal anti-symmetrical soil pressure caused by a moment, are given below (Roy and Kar, 1977).
This method works in various substrates, ranging from normal soil mixtures, to sand, peat, clay granulates, and even to orchid substrates.
In this part, the soil surrounding the lifting line is locally improved, while the soil surrounding the grounding electrode is the normal soil.
The median value of Cd, Cu and Ni were higher than the normal soil and Dutch soil (Table-2 and 3).
While normal soil has thousands of microbial species represented in just a gram of soil, and garden soils even more, remarkably few species have made their home in the barren Atacama mountain soil, the new research suggests.