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  • Soils of the alluvial coastal plains vary as the drainage becomes poorer from gleyed podzolics to humic gleys to acid peats.

    Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Site, Australia

  • In the gleyed field with FRCNT, there was an increase of 20-46% compared with RCT.

    Chapter 7

  • The experiments were conducted in a gleyed ricefield in Guangshanping Village in Quiyang County and in a ricefield with a green manure crop on the farm of the Hangyan Red Loam Experimental Station.

    Chapter 7

  • (FRCNT) in the gleyed ricefield (0.12 ha), winter crop or green manure crop plus fish and early rice with ridge culture and tillage plus fish and late rice with no tillage (W-FRT-FRNT) (0.11 ha).

    Chapter 7

  • However, in the gleyed field, zero tillage not only saved labour, but shifted the time of transplanting to earlier in the season.

    Chapter 7

  • The income derived from fish in the winter-rice or green-manure field was CNY 813-2650/ha and the fish income in the gleyed ricefield was CNY 2258/ha (Table 4).

    Chapter 7

  • The best choices for rice-fish fields are winter-water gleyed fields that have plenty of water, but are easy to drain.

    Chapter 7

  • Montrose, in his early Covenanting days, was not actually concerned in the burning of the Bonnie House, which he, when a Royalist, revenged on the possessions of "gleyed Argyll."

    A Collection of Ballads

  • Acid eluvial-gleyed soils the ern taiga W. Siberia


  • The experiment included four treatments (no replications): ridge culture with tillage (RCT) in the gleyed ricefield (control, 0.03 ha), ridge culture with no tillage (RCNT) in the gleyed ricefield (0.03 ha), fish-rearing and ridge culture with no tillage

    Chapter 7


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