What was the first tool used in the Mesopotamia times to break up soil
soil organisms are important because it is important
they increase the nutrients in soil.
terrace farming are important as they prevent from surface runoff and soil irosion and produce so much water
Flat lands and fertile soil make it an important center for farming
the answer is that farming was very important to Ghana because they lived near the Niger River. the soil is rich and good for farming. also people grew food
Farming needs fertile soils, to get their crops to grow.
No-till farming helps to prevent mineral loss within the soil, stop erosion, and prevent water loss from occurring within the soil. The maintenance of a layer of organic mulch over the soil allows it to break down slowly, releasing nutrients into the soil.
The soil of grassland is good for farming because the soil is very rich.
they added important nutrients to the soil that improved farming
Yes new york's soil is good for farming it is not the best for farming though!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The soil is good for farming because it is fertile
Terrace farming minimizes soil erosion.
a grasslands soil is good for farming because it has no guantity of big or small.it has rich soil
In true organic farming, the soil is built up with organic matter, which means nutrients in the soil are replenished. In non-organic farming, fertilizers are used to replenish certain nutrients only, while other nutrients may be depleted. In that sense, soil (nutrients in the soil) last longer in organic farming.
soil is important to humans because it helps use grow our crops which is called farming and another reason when people enjoy gardening in their yards
very fertile soil and warmer climate
-Fertile soil -Water supply -Trade routes -Allowed farming
The rich vitamens help the plant grow better.
Yes. No-till farming and contour farming are two examples of preventing soil erosion.
Hydroponic farming does not use soil.
The Tigris-Euphrates has tremendously great soil for farming. Also the area was called "Fertile Crescent" for its soil.
The plow. At first, it was only made of wood, but as technology advanced and forging iron became possible, plows became more efficient.
Farming can remove nitrogen (N) from soil in two ways: plant (crop) uptake, and erosion. Since N is an important plant nutrient, plants will remove it from the soil and incorporate the N into parts of the plant. When plant parts are harvested, that N is being removed from the soil. Plant parts that are left in the field will return a lot of the N contained in those parts to the soil. In most… Read More
sandy loam soil
worms are very important. They don't exactly poop, but they break down materials in the soil, and (basically) poop it out as soil
they break other organisms and thngs down into the soil
no, it is very hilly, buthas decent-ish farming soil.
it passes through egypt and sudan. And they are important because at the ends of the nile there are really good soil for farming
One of the main ways for dealing with soil erosion in Zimbabwe is through terrace farming. Terrace farming makes reduces the amount soil erosion when compared with farming on flat land.
organic farming help to reduce soil erosion .because when its rain or wind .the are material which hold the soil not to be remove
The New England area is not good for farming, along with the Rocky Mountains. The soil in New England is rocky and lacks minerals, which is why farming wasn't popular when America was first colonized. The Rocky Mountains because they are high in altitude, which allows for colder temperatures, and the soil is rocky.
A method of farming in which the soil is disturbed as little as possible, and only when necessary. Compare to no-till farming in which the only soil disturbance is just that which is necessary to plant the seed.
it improves the quality of soil,bringing life to it
the soil was dry and not very good for farming
Fertile soil is use for farming and building.
Terrace Farming or terracing is effective in conserving the soil and increasing fertility.
farming as per relief of the land nature of the crop and vegetation which can hold the soil firmly.
proper planting of plants with extensive root systems helps to prevent soil erosion as the roots hold the soil in place. Plants that break down and/or sequester contaminates can be used to prevent the spread of pollution. Reforming farming practices to reduce soil erosion and Industry to reduce the quantity of pollutants can also be effective at preventing soil erosion and pollution from occuring. Low till farming and green chemistry are two examples of technologies… Read More
Light, friable soil on a plain exposed to drying Easterly winds, and on which farming practices have created very large, open fields with little to break the wind.
Because it had very good soil, and during there time farming was very important, so they were sucessful.
crop rotation-contour farming-no till farming-intercroping are all part of what causes soil degredation
You can get soil by using a plant pot on a Farming patch.
because if you don't sand soil will get in the soil and the plants would die
They grow vegetables there
Loess is a sediment that is yellowish gray in color and is formed by wind blown silt. Loess is rich and yellow soil that is good for farming.