Meaning Hardpan
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Impervious layer found within the soil. It can result from the precipitation of iron, illuviation of clay or the cementing of sand and gravel by calcium carbonate precipitates.
Source: physicalgeography.net

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A general term for a relatively hard layer of soil at or just below the ground surface, cemented by silica, iron oxide, calcium carbonate, or organic matter. compare caliche , claypan, fragipan.
Source: ge-at.iastate.edu

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very firm, unyielding ground (many times bare ground) Example: You can find a lot of hardpan on hot dry plains courses.
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Dense soil layer under the topsoil that is hard to dig through. hardwood:
Source: landscapegeek.com

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A layer of earth so compacted that roots cannot penetrate it. Back to alphabetical list
Source: pbs.org

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A bare lie which is very hard and has no grass.
Source: golfonline.co.uk

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A particularly tough layer of soil
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very firm, unyielding ground (many times bare)
Source: murdofrazer.com

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A hardened impervious layer, typically of clay, occurring in or below the soil and impairing drainage and plant growth.
Source: beebetter.info

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A subsurface layer of compacted or cemented soil.
Source: sjmastergardeners.ucanr.edu

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Basically hardpan is the description for very hard ground conditions, usually hard, dry clay, with only little, or no grass inside. At the ground of a hardpan, the golfer has difficulties to take divots, but on the other side the golf ball can easily bounce up. As a result, the golf player will hit many shots thin.
Source: thematchplayer.com

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The impervious layer of soil or clay lying beneath the topsoil. Hinderance to some gardening types.  hardiness
Source: gardeningessentials.com

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An impervious layer of soil or rock that prevents root growth and the downward drainage of water.
Source: atlantishydroponics.com

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Soil so clogged with clay or other particles to prevent proper drainage.
Source: southerngardening.org

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 Dense soil layer under the topsoil that is hard to dig through.
Source: oklahomagarden.wordpress.com

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a hardened soil layer that blocks plant root growth. Caused by clay compation, iron precipitation, or cementing by calcium carbonate precipitates. Growing plants like dandelions can loosen it up.
Source: terrapsych.com

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a lie consisting of very hard turf.
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The areas in rough, fairways, or other areas with an exception of hazards, having hard ground, as a result of compacting of the soil is called hardpan.
Source: buzzle.com

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extremely hard ground. Often associated with dried dirt very close to the surface or an area that lacks grass. Almost impossible to take a divot in. Example: "I didn't hit my drive well [..]
Source: thegolfexpert.com

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Very firm, unyielding ground (many times bare).
Source: wallytittelmayergolf.com

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a thin crust of material within a soil as a result of the illuviation of iron and/or aluminium from layers above or the precipitation of calcium carbonates which cement sands together.
Source: itseducation.asia

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Turf that is very firm.
Source: 1st-golf-info.com

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(n) crust or layer of hard subsoil encrusted with calcium-carbonate occurring in arid or semiarid regions
Source: beedictionary.com

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An impervious layer of soil or rock that prevents root growth and the downward drainage of water.
Source: growershouse.com

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a shallow layer of earth material which has become relatively hard and impermeable, usually through the deposition of minerals. In the Edwards region hardpans of clay are common.
Source: edwardsaquifer.net

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A distinct layer of soil that is largely impervious to water. A dry lake.
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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A dense, hard soil layer that restricts the penetration of water and roots. It is formed by cementation of particles with sesquioxides, organic matter, silica, or calcium carbonate. The hardness does [..]
Source: glossary.ametsoc.org

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A layer of hard soil or clay below the topsoil and below the subsoil that is nearly impossible to dig through without heavy equipment.
Source: gardensandcrafts.com

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