Subsoil

Definition of Subsoil

Sub´soil`
n.1.The bed, or stratum, of earth which lies immediately beneath the surface soil.
Subsoil plow
a plow having a share and standard but no moldboard. It follows in the furrow made by an ordinary plow, and loosens the soil to an additional depth without bringing it to the surface.
- Knight.
v. t.1.To turn up the subsoil of.

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