What are some good crops that can grow in clay?
Two words: soil amendments. Perhaps these two: soil conditioning. It's not as important what is grown as what the soil is treated with. Climate conditions set aside, that is. With a smaller or greater amount of work, most soils can be brought up to speed to grow a wide variety of stuff and do it pretty well. With proper tending, of course. Preparation is what makes for good growing. A link is included to provide a jumping off point.
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Coreopsis Tickseed-. . Echinacea purpurea Coneflower -. . Eryngium yuccifolium Sea Holly-. . Helianthus angustifolius Swamp Sunflower -. . Helianthus x laetiflorus False… Sunflower -. . Heliopsis helianthoides Ox Eye-. . Hemerocallis Daylily -. . Liatris pycnostachya Kansas Gayfeather -. . Liatris spicata Blazing Star, Gayfeather -. . Monarda fistulosa Wild Bee Balm -. . Ratibida pinnata Drooping Coneflower -. . , Gloriosa Daisy -. . Sedum 'Autumn Joy' -. . Silphium integrifolium Prairie Dock -. . Silphium laciniatum Compass Plant -. . Silphium perfoliatum Cup Plant -. . Solidago Goldenrod -. . Vernonia noveboracensis Ironweed -. . Yucca filamentosa Adam's Needle
cause it would get water everyday. And the crops would have FRESH water with NUTRIENTS to give 2 the plants.
they can cut of he top of it then water then it will grow propally
Deltas are the accumulation of sediment at the mouth of a river. As the water leaves the narrow channel of the riverbed, its velocity decreases and the particles that are h…eld aloft in the current begin to settle to the bottom. Over time the accumulation of this material displaces the river and becomes bottom land. The resulting soil is rich in topsoil, organic material and (in the US) fertilizer from runoff. Although delta farmland is more susceptible to flooding and excessive wetness, it's amazing nutrient content makes it incredibly productive. In the case of the Nile, in Egypt, the yearly flooding of the river is relied upon to deliver nutrients to the soil. Deltas are usually area of dense population, so the rich soil is well-placed to provide for the needs of the inhabitants.
No, the salt will dehydrate a plant.
the Inuit people do not grow crops, they hunt and fish, and trade their goods.
Barley Canola Some varieties of corn Wheat Rye Triticale Field peas Potatoes Sunflowers Trees
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Because of the rich soil found there.
because it is important to Wisconsin's livestock and many more
It was a very fertile land, and there was a lot of water nearby.
Yes, most desert soils are rich in minerals and can grow crops if irrigation is available.
In Farm Crops
Average daily year-round temperature and the type of soil.
In Farm Crops
they grow grains such as wheat and rice.