the layer of soil on the surface
- ‘soil’ means the top layer of the Earth’s crust situated between the bedrock and the surface.
- route of degradation of imazalil in soil and surface water systems,
- keeping away from drains, surface- and ground-water and soil, possible need to alert the neighbourhood,
- with minimum risk to soil, air, surface and groundwater, and to plants and animals;
- the protection of groundwater and surface water under vulnerable soil and climatic conditions.’
- Primary and/or secondary tillage but with reduced soil disturbance (usually shallow and without full soil inversion) and normally leaves surface with > 30 % coverage by residues at planting.
- potential pH dependence of soil adsorption, groundwater leaching and surface water exposure for metabolites M01 and M02;
- prevent the pollution of soil, surface water and groundwater in accordance, mutatis mutandis, with Article 13(1), (3) and (5);
- The environmental damage concerned covers damage to the quality of the soil or of surface water or groundwater.
- preventing or minimising leachate generation and surface water or groundwater and soil from being contaminated by the waste;
- What provisions have been made to ensure protection of soil, surface waters or groundwater in accordance with Article 8(7)?
- The soil should be cultivated to leave a rough surface or coarse seed bed to encourage the infiltration of water and minimise the risk of erosion of soil and associated nutrients.
- ‘soil’ means the top layer of the Earth’s crust situated between the bedrock and the surface. The soil is composed of mineral particles, organic matter, water, air and living organisms;
- the risk of accumulation in the soil surface, if the substance is used in perennial crops or in succeeding crops in crop rotation.
- At least 90 % of the campsite area surface is not covered with asphalt/cement or other sealing materials, which hinder proper drainage and airing of the soil.