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coarse loams

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Carya cordiformis (Wangenh
... percent or less, including combinations of fine to coarse loams and well-drained quartz sands. On slopes steeper than 25 percent, bitternut hickory grows on coarse loams. Inceptisols occupy about 15 percent of ... sloped topography, the hickories are found on fine loams with a fragipan. On steep slopes, they are more commonly found on coarse loams. These soils are moderate to high in nutrients ...
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Magnolia acuminata L
... . On steep slopes greater than 25 percent, cucumbertree grows on coarse loams. On gentle to moderate slopes it is found on fine loams. Here, water is readily available to plants during more than ... 25 percent, cucumbertree grows on fine to coarse loams, clays, and on well-drained quartz sands. On slopes up to 25 percent it is confined to coarse loams (28). The remaining soils on which ...
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Irrigation
... capacity of soils. The proportion and absolute amount of water available to the plant in coarse-textured, sandy soils is less than in fine-textured, clay soils, therefore clay holds the ... inches of water: Sands have 0.5 inch, more or less, of AW per foot Loams have 1.5 inches, more or less, of AW per foot Clays have 2.0 ...
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OSU Nematode Testing Service
... from about 1.0 to 1.6 g/cm3, and those of sands and sandy loams range from about 1.2 to 1.8 g/cm3 (Buckman and Brady 1969). However ... plant growth in silt loam, supporting the observation that Meloidogyne spp. damage sugarbeets more in coarse-textured soils (Santo and Bolander 1979). In pots, fresh weight of total plants inoculated with ...
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Bribie Island Orchid Society - Orchid Information and Photographs
... loams. Mixes can be opened up by using coarse sand, or by increasing the proportion shavings or leaf mould. Fresh leaf mould as obtained from the ground surface under suitable trees is coarse ... term; however, for lasting effects a proportion of coarse litter should be included. Fertilizers: We have seen ... basic mix developed contains the following. 2 parts coarse sand; 1 part scrub soil; 1 part wood ...
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Controlling Soil Erosion From Wind
... and persistence of ridging. Silt loams, loams, and clay loams consolidate well with tillage and hold ridges against wind, rain, and snow impacts. Sandy loams, loamy sands, and coarse sands are easy to till into ...
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Floridata: Datura inoxia var. quinquecuspida
... evening and lasting until noon the next day. The leaves are coarse and foul smelling, up to 10 in (25 cm) long and 4 ... drained soils, but is most impressive when grown in rich, well-manured loams. Hardiness: USDA Zones 5-10. In Zones 8 and 9, usually ... as an ornamental. This is a rather ungainly, sprawling plant with a coarse texture. It is best used in background plantings or adjacent to structures ...
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Prunus triloba 'Multiplex'
... Good dried flower Thorns or spines General Culture: Best grown in moist, fertile, well-drained loams in full sun to part shade. Best flowering in full sun. Needs regular pruning to ... may be followed by globose red fruit (1/2 diameter). Fruit is attractive to squirrels. Coarse, double-toothed, broad-ovate, medium green leaves (to 2.5 long) are often three lobed ...
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Abies lasiocarpa (Hook
... sand and silt loams that developed primarily from basalt, andesite, and shale. Growth is poor on shallow and coarse-textured soils developed from granitic and schistic rock, conglomerates, and coarse sandstones, and on ...
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Libocedrus decurrens Torr
... vary from coarse sands to very fine clays. The best stands generally are found on deep, well-drained, sandy loam soils developed on granitic rocks and sandstone; deep clay loams developed on basalt and rhyolite; and occasionally on deep, coarse-textured, well-drained soils developed from pumice. In California, ...
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