Difference between revisions of "Field capacity"

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1. the amount of water soil can hold against the force of gravity.<br>
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1. the amount of water soil can hold against the force of gravity.<br><br>
 
 
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http://www.rolligon.com/web_old/jpg/ltoil/8x8brII.jpg<br>
 
http://www.rolligon.com/web_old/jpg/ltoil/8x8brII.jpg<br>
This photograph displays the result of what happens once the field capacity has been reached. The pooling of water occurred because the field was unable to sustain the water given in the area. <br>Source: http://www.rolligon.com
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This photograph displays the result of what happens once the field capacity has been reached. The pooling of water occurred because the field was unable to absorb the water in this area. <br>Source: http://www.rolligon.com<br><br>

Revision as of 20:00, 6 December 2005


1. the amount of water soil can hold against the force of gravity.

8x8brII.jpg
This photograph displays the result of what happens once the field capacity has been reached. The pooling of water occurred because the field was unable to absorb the water in this area.
Source: http://www.rolligon.com