Definition of Podsol soil

1. Noun. A soil that develops in temperate to cold moist climates under coniferous or heath vegetation; an organic mat over a grey leached layer.

Exact synonyms: Podsol, Podsolic Soil, Podzol, Podzol Soil
Generic synonyms: Dirt, Soil



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Podsol Soil

podospheres
podostomata
podotheca
podothecae
podoviridae
podovirus
podoxenoclavoses
podoxenoclavosis
podreel
podreeled
podreeling
podreels
pods
podslurping
podsol
podsol soil (current term)
podsolic
podsolic soil
podsolization
podsolizations
podsols
podule
podules
podura
podurid
podurids
podzol
podzol soil
podzolic
podzolisation

Literary usage of Podsol soil

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1. Pamphlets on Forestry in Vermont (1899)
"Stickel, PW Physical Characteristics and Silvicultural Importance of podsol soil. Ecology, 9, pp. 176-187 (1928). 161. —— . ..."

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