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By avarice and selfishness, and a grovelling habit, from which none of us is free, of regarding the soil as property, or the means of acquiring property chiefly, the landscape is deformed, husbandry is degraded with us, and the farmer leads the meanest of lives.
Well," she said, smiling, for in her own heart she could not help studying this double love of the prisoner for herself and for the black tulip, "I have done things on a large scale; I have prepared a bed as you described it to me, on a clear spot, far from trees and walls, in a soil slightly mixed with sand, rather moist than dry without a fragment of stone or pebble.
It is but a group of hollows, craters, circles, a network of crests; then, as far as the eye could see, a whole volcanic network cast upon this encrusted soil.
Inaccessible and wonderfully extended over this soil covered with picturesque projections
We'll never be goin' around smellin' out an' swipin' bits of soil an' carryin' it up a hill in a basket.
As regarded the appropriation of the soil, the facility of communication, the rapidity of transport, the claims of both States were evenly balanced.
The soil is becoming hilly and portends mountains not far off.
A Recalibration of the Hydrometer for Making Mechanical Analysis of Soils.
The aim of this study was to assess status of selenium (Se) and other trace elements in relation to soil properties in the arid soils of Al-Jouf region, Saudi Arabia.
Currently, most of what is known about aided phytostabilization of heavy metal-contaminated soils focuses on analysis of physicochemical soil properties, especially concentration of bioavailable forms of metals/ metalloids and their accumulation in plant tissues (Wilde et al.
However, there is plenty of research evidence--and that study is just one data point--that makes me believe we can improve soil health, and in doing so, we can increase water-holding capacity and drought resilience across a wide range of climate zones, soils and production systems.
Soils differ in their capacity to supply nutrients to crops.
Then in the end soil becomes healthy and qualitative which enhances the growth and yield of crop that grows on these soils.
Industrial activity, pollution and exploitation are degrading the quality of soils located in and around our cities, according to a report released today by the European Environment Agency (EEA).
Organic matter is more quickly decomposed in sandy soils, so they contain less organic matter than clay soils.