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waterlogged

(of a vessel still afloat) having taken in so much water as to be unmanageable
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For soils in India, waterlogging significantly decreased the redox potential relative to initial values in soils; this occurred in soils waterlogged for 7, 14, and 21 days (Fig.
It looks ornamental and will help prevent their roots becoming waterlogged.
He has called a 7am inspection this morning and said yesterday: "We're heavy, waterlogged in places after 11mm on Monday night, on top of around an inch at the weekend.
He said after making the call: "We are waterlogged in numerous places and we still have driving rain.
Following an inspection yesterday morning, clerk of the course Harriet Graham said: "We had another 15 millimetres of rain last night and have large areas that are waterlogged.
Clerk of the course Andrew Tulloch said last night: "We are waterlogged in places at the moment, so we are not raceable.
The standard of Good Agricultural and Environmental Condition, GAEC A3 (Waterlogged Soil), prohibits farmers from carrying out mechanical field operations on waterlogged soils.
Today's meeting at Carlisle has been abandoned due to a waterlogged track.
SATURDAY'S meeting at Warwick is in doubt after heavy rain left parts of the track waterlogged.
Officials were forced to make an early check on the track after some heavy rain yesterday had left waterlogged patches.
TOMORROW'S meeting at Carlisle was abandoned today after the stewards found the track waterlogged at a 7.
Recent heavy rain has left parts of the hurdle track waterlogged putting the card in jeopardy and an inspection has been called for this afternoon.