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Controlling Soil Erosion From Wind
... angles to the prevailing erosive winds. These barriers reduce the soil transported by: providing a stable barrier to stop saltation of soil particles, trapping soil particles creeping along the ground, and reducing ... plants when used at the same spacing. For example, a barrier of tall wheatgrass 2.5 feet high will provide a stable barrier as well as reducing the unsheltered distance by 25 feet ...
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... are trees oriented across contours, especially on steep slopes. Large, stable trees lying along contours help reduce erosion by forming a barrier to creeping and raveling soils. Soil, nutrients and essential elements ...
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... trees oriented across contours, especially on steep slopes. Large, stable trees lying along contours help reduce erosion by forming "a barrier to creeping and raveling soils. Soil, nutrients and essential ... the greatest array of inhabitants. The decayed heartwood (of heartwood forming trees) is relatively stable, so plants that become established on it have time to grow substantial root systems ( ...
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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Volume 1, Chapter 1
... part of British Columbia and Yukon. Sedimentary rocks predominate on the stable platform surrounding the craton (fig. 1.7) and cover the ... Banks. The 1800-km shore consists of sandy beaches, notably barrier islands (outer banks, such as those at Cape Hatteras; fig.1 ... Plains (figs. 1.4, 1.13). The Interior Plains constitute the stable platform bordering the Precambrian Shield (fig.1.7). They cover ...
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A Salsa Garden: May 2006
... year's raised bed seems to be having the desired effect. The plants are more stable and able to hold their weight instead of tipping over. Last year, I had trouble ... not sure how the worms managed to get in there through the mesh and weed barrier, but I won't complain. They will make the soil all the richer for my ...
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Selecting Insulated Vests And Jackets, HYG-5540-93
... , Hollofil® is heavier than down but lighter than other polyester fiberfills. Hollofil® is less stable than Needlepunch fiberfill batts (see below) and, like down, requires more quilting lines and ... conventional fabrics such as cotton, polyester/cotton poplin, or nylon taffeta creates a waterproof barrier. Tiny pores in the film prevent water droplets from penetrating, yet allow moisture vapors ...
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Herbs and aromas: uses, properties
... , soft paraffin wax and bees wax are some common bases used. Ointments form a oily barrier on the surface of injuries and carry the active principles to the affected area. 8 ... , it is necessary to add an emulsifying agent that avoids their separation. Creams are therefore stable emulsions of oils or fats. Medicinal properties are added to creams when they use or ...
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Fact Sheet 16: Guidelines for minimum standards for keeping horses in urban areas
... local government area. Those which do permit horses, have a horse stable policy which defines minimum standards. Enquiries should be directed to the ... 1 m width should be provided along the front of the stable. A 100 mm thick reinforced concrete slab is the preferred flooring ... are suitable but, because of low-visibility, some type of sight barrier should also be used such as a painted tin attached to ...
www.agric.nsw.gov.au

Horse yards and handling facilities
... given only as a guide to the construction of a horse stable or stable complex. There are obviously going to be specific instances ... protect the walls from pawing and kicking. Figure 9. A stable complex with good-sized sliding doors and adequate ventilation. The floor ... fences are poorly visible to horses. Therefore, some sort of sight barrier must be used, e.g. more droppers, or painted tin attached ...
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APSnet Education Center - Introductory Topics - Plant Disease Management
... fungicide, bactericide or nematicide, but it can also be a physical, spatial, or temporal barrier. The specific strategies employed assume that pathogens are present and that infection will occur ... resistance derives from many different genes for resistance with additive effects to provide more stable (or durable) resistance to pathogens. There are several strategies to minimize this race ...
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