tilth

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Englisch - Türkisch
toprağı sürme
tarım
toprağı işleme
{i} işlenmiş toprak
(Tarım) tarıma elverişli arazi
çiftçilik
ziraat
(Tarım) ekilmiş toprak
cultivation
toprağı işleme
cultivation
{i} ziraat
cultivation
{i} tarım
cultivation
{i} geliştirme
cultivation
(Askeri) BELİRLİ BİR AMAÇ İÇİN YETİŞTİRMEK: Askere alma ve. bilgi edinme amaçlarıyla ya da bu veya diğer amaçlar için kontrolun ele alınması için bir kişiyle amaçlı ve hesaplanmış bir şekilde temasa geçmek
cultivation
(Gıda) üretme
cultivation
(Tıp) Mikro-organizmaların uygun ortamda üretilmesi
cultivation
(Tarım) kültivasyon
cultivation
(Gıda) kültüre alma
cultivation
bitki yetiştirme
cultivation
yetiştiricilik
cultivation
(isim) tarım, ziraat, işleme, yetiştirme, yetişme, terbiye; görgü
cultivation
{i} terbiye
cultivation
{i} görgü
cultivation
{i} (toprağı) işleme; tarım
cultivation
(Tekstil) tarım, yetiştirme
cultivation
{i} kültür, görgü
Englisch - Englisch
Rich cultivated soil
The state of being tilled, or prepared for a crop; culture
cultivation
{a} tilled, cultivated
{n} culture, husbandry
Physical condition of soil, especially in relation to its suitability for planting or growing a crop. Factors that determine tilth include the formation and stability of aggregated soil particles, moisture content, degree of aeration, rate of water infiltration, and drainage. The tilth of a soil can change rapidly, depending on environmental factors such as changes in moisture. The objective of tillage (mechanical manipulation of the soil) is to improve tilth, thereby increasing crop production; in the long term, however, conventional tillage, especially plowing, often has the opposite effect, causing the soil to break down and become compacted
cultivated soil
The physical condition of soil related to its ease of tillage, fitness as a seed bed, resistance to root penetration and seedling emergence
The state of being tilled, or prepared for a crop; culture; as, land is good tilth
That which is tilled; tillage ground
The physical condition of soil relative to the ease of plant growth The "fluffiness" of the soil, so roots grow easily
{i} act of tilling or cultivating land; cultivated land
Tilth is land which has been prepared for growing crops by plowing and fertilization In discussions of composting and organic gardening, the phrase "the tilth of the soil" is often used to describe the general health of the soil including a balance of nutrients, water, and air
arable land that is worked by plowing and sowing and raising crops
The physical condition of the soil as related to its ease of tillage, its fitness as a seedbed, and its impedance to seedling emergence and root penetration (USEPA, 1994)
Good tilth is a sign of healthy soil organisms While digesting organic material, bacteria secrete gum and slime-like matter in the soil This works like glue, binding soil particles and humus together to form aggregates The aggregates are crumb-like and allow for good air circulation and water drainage in the soil Well-aggregated soil is regarded as having good tilth The addition of organic material will feed microorganisms and thus improve tilth
the state of aggregation of soil and its condition for supporting plant growth
The physical condition of a soil in respect to its fitness for the growth of a specified plant
The combination of the characteristics of soil crumb structure, porosity, and ease of tillage
tilth

    Türkische aussprache

    tîlth

    Aussprache

    /ˈtəlᴛʜ/ /ˈtɪlθ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'tilth ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English tilian

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