Nitrogen should be applied in mid-spring when growth is strong, sulphate of potash in alternate springs, both at the rate of one and a half ounces per square yard.
What does OPSY stand for?
OPSY stands for Ounces Per Square Yard (fabrics)
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- Olympic Peninsula Sports Union (Bremerton, WA)
- Olympic Programme Support Unit (UK)
- Onboard Power Supply Unit (nuclear weapons)
- Operational Process and Support Unit (UK)
- Operational Suitability
- Operational Summary
- Office of Public Service Values and Ethics (Canada)
- Operational Verification
- Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds
- Organizational Psychology
- Országos Polgárõr Szövetség (Hungarian Civil Guard)
- Occupied Palestinian Territory
- Ocean Pout (FAO species name code )
- Ocean Power Technologies (UK & USA)
- Oceanside Photo and Telescope (Oceanside, CA)
- Off-Post Training (US Army)
- Office de Promotion du Tourisme Wallonie-Bruxelles (Sint-Gillis, Belgium)
- Office des Postes et Télécommunications
- Office des Postes et Télécommunications de Nouvelle-Calédonie (Office of Mail and Telecommunications, New Caledonia)
- Office of Pediatric Therapeutics (US FDA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
An industry low, this new continuous filament insulation is available in an unprecedented 2 ounces per square yard.
The company's capabilities include the production of webs from 6 mm to 50 mm thick with weights ranging from 10 ounces per square yard to more than 50 ounces per square yard.
Rock salt and potassium chloride both have recommended application rates of up to 8 ounces per square yard, while calcium chloride has a recommended application rate of 2 to 4 ounces per square yard.
And, said David Roshberg, president of Louisville Bedding, mattress pads typically have 16 ounces per square yard of fill, compared with 12 ounces a year ago.
Dig the area thoroughly and about a week before planting, scatter fish, blood and bone fertiliser at around two ounces per square yard.
If the soil is strongly acid (below pH 5), apply a top dressing of calcium carbonate (ground chalk or ground limestone) during winter at the rate of two ounces per square yard on light sandy soils and four ounces on heavy soils.
Nasdaq:BTIC) announced today commercial delivery of a new class of White Steel(tm) super heavy weight reinforcement fabrics weighing between 100 to 200 ounces per square yard.