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emptying something accomplished by allowing liquid to run out of it

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How ironic that the BBC dig themselves into the biggest hole by cracking down on innocence' - Alan Titchmarsh got into trouble on the earlier this week over a technique to improve soil drainage
Although the period of active pasture growth corresponds with warm, moist soil conditions, which also optimise N mineralisation and promote soil drainage, nitrate absorption by the pasture is at its highest, and therefore the overall effect on nitrate leaching under these conditions may be reduced (Di and Cameron 2002).
The specific criterion taken for this research was soil drainage, soil texture, soil pH, humidity, temperature, rainfall, slope and digital elevation model.
In addition to the new project, the municipality plans to undertake other improvements involving hard landscaping, extension of rain and soil drainage systems and the construction of children's playgrounds.
You'll also need to think about the site and what to do to prepare it for planting= Consider soil drainage and fertility, access to sunlight and air, and susceptibility to frost and foraging animals.
The most immediate solutions to alleviate this problem is to address the Ministry of Water Resources to increase the release of water to Basra, and the activation of the project innovation and the tube, which was scheduled to arrive to the Fao, along with the agreement with Iran on the non-diversion of streams rivers to soil drainage and divert water to Shatt al-Arab Waterway exclusively, "Sharifi concluded.
Variability of soil drainage and related properties within soils occurring on terrace lands of the Manawatu district was well known to soil scientists and various explanations have been advanced to explain this phenomenon (Milne 1973; Parfitt et al.
Low temperatures, heat stress, soil drainage, soil texture and stoniness, soil rooting depth, soil chemical properties, soil moisture balance and slope are the eight "biophysical criteria" proposed by the European Commission, on 21 April, to improve the classification of less favoured agricultural areas.
Low temperatures, heat stress, soil drainage, soil texture and stoniness, soil rooting depth, soil chemical properties, soil moisture balance and slope are the eight 'biophysical criteria' proposed by the European Commission, on 21 April, to improve the classification of less favoured agricultural areas.
Digging also helps improve aeration and soil drainage, which promotes healthy root and leaf growth.
You don't need planning permission to pave an area if the surface is porous or permeable, but you may need to improve soil drainage by adding bulky organic materials or grit to the soil.
Using the New Natural Soil Drainage Index to Highlight and Explain Soil Wetness Patterns in Michigan.
is an ecologist at the Soil Drainage Research Unit, USDA ARS, Columbus, Ohio.
Their samples, taken from sites that varied in forest canopy, soil drainage, and forest age, were augmented with comparable samples recorded in a database of organic matter storage across the boreal region.
Applying the corrected measurements, at the maximum values of denitrification measured prior to soil drainage (12-21 g N [ha.