Definition of Subsoil. Meaning of Subsoil. Synonyms of Subsoil

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Subsoil. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Subsoil and, of course, Subsoil synonyms and on the right images related to the word Subsoil.

Definition of Subsoil

Subsoil
Subsoil Sub"soil`, v. t. To turn up the subsoil of.
Subsoil
Subsoil Sub"soil`, n. The bed, or stratum, of earth which lies immediately beneath the surface soil. Subsoil plow, a plow having a share and standard but no moldboard. It follows in the furrow made by an ordinary plow, and loosens the soil to an additional depth without bringing it to the surface. --Knight.

Meaning of Subsoil from wikipedia

- Subsoil is the layer of soil under the topsoil on the surface of the ground. Like topsoil, it is composed of a variable mixture of small particles such...
- A subsoiler or flat lifter is a tractor-mounted farm implement used for deep tillage, loosening and breaking up soil at depths below the levels worked...
- building material made from subsoil, water, fibrous organic material (typically straw), and sometimes lime. The contents of subsoil naturally vary, and if...
- the depth of the surface to the first densely packed soil layer known as subsoil. In soil cl****ification systems, topsoil is known as the "O Horizon or...
- subsurface loam; surface layer is dark brown fine sandy loam, subsurface layer is pale brown fine sandy loam, subsoil is red clay loam and sandy clay loam....
- sand Subsurface layer: grayish brown sandy loam Subsoil - upper: yellowish brown gravelly sandy loam Subsoil - lower: yellowish brown sand and co**** sand...
- language influenced by another Substrata (gardening), another term for subsoil Substrata (album), an ambient music album by Biosphere Earth's substrata...
- increase the harvest, which is counter productive. A trench is dug and subsoil from a depth of 4 feet, from a paddy field is scooped up using earth mover...
- overlain by broken and weathered regolith which includes soil and the subsoil.[citation needed] The surface of the bedrock beneath the soil cover (regolith)...
- "Subsoil" is a short story by American writer Nicholson Baker, first appeared in The New Yorker periodical on June 27, 1994. It is about a character who...
Loading...