edaphic

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From Ancient Greek ἔδαφος (edaphos) +‎ -ic.

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edaphic

  1. soil
  2. relating to, or determined by, conditions of the soil, especially as it relates to biological systems
  3. soil characteristics, such as water content, pH, texture, and nutrient availability, that influence the type and quantity of vegetation in an area

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