Definition of Podzol 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.
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Literary usage of Podzol soil
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1. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"In expts. with a sandy podzol soil 2 glass tubes 5 cm. in diam were filled with the soil in ... of podzol soil consists of org. matter and colloidal silica. ..."
2. Phosphorus Requirements for Sustainable Agriculture in Asia and Oceania by International Rice Research Institute (1990)
"Powell HKJ, Taylor MC (1979) Nutrient concentrations in run-off from a gley-podzol soil. Prog. Water Tech. 11:295-301. Redfield AC (1958) The biochemical ..."
3. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Soils (1908)
"COMPOSITION OF SOIL PARTICLES. no/.ern (black earth), a peaty clay, and a podzol soil (an ashy soil composed largely of very fine sand). ..."
4. Zeitschrift der Deutschen geologischen Gesellschaft by Deutsche Geologische Gesellschaft (1849)
"... und Тит, LM: Heavy minerals in some podzol soil profiles in Michigan. Soil Science 64, 1947. — v. ..."