chresard

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From Ancient Greek χρῆσις (khrêsis, use) + ἄρδω (árdō, to water, to irrigate).

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chresard (plural chresards)

  1. (dated) The portion of the water in a sample of soil that is available to vegetation (e.g. plant roots)

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