I submit that a regular program of interaction would go miles in leaching partisan poison from the well in Washington.
The disadvantage of such soils is that they lose their fertility by leaching.
One cause that appears obvious and easy of acceptance is leaching.
We noticed that water poured on the sand ran through it very quickly and was apt to be lost by leaching or percolation.
This leaching process concentrates these minerals as ore that can be mined.
Whichever method be used, the first essential is the most suitable means of leaching the materials, or extracting the tannin.
There is no waste from leaching, as when the manure lies exposed to the weather.
All leaching is then received by the soil, and little is lost, except through the air.
It has two Parts: one on the acquisition of knowledge; the other on Communication or leaching.
They should always be covered with a crop to prevent loss of plant food by leaching.
Old English leccan "to moisten, water, wet, irrigate," (see leak). The word disappears, then re-emerges late 18c. in a technological sense in reference to percolating liquids. Related: Leached; leaching.
leaching leach·ing (lē'chĭng)
The removal of soluble material from a substance, such as soil or rock, through the percolation of water. Organic matter is typically removed from a soil horizon and soluble metals or salts from a rock by leaching. Leaching differs from eluviation in that it affects soluble, not suspended, material and often results in the complete removal of the material from the soil or rock.