Asked in Social Sciences, The Difference Between
What is the difference between earth mud dirt soil and land?
Generally, earth, soil and dirt are three words for the same material, the portion of the earth's surface consisting of disintegrated rock and humus. Earth, soil and dirt make up land. Mud is earth, soil or dirt mixed with a liquid such as water. ...
Asked in Science Experiments
Do plants grow better in dirt or soil?
Soil, because it contains vital nutrients. 'Dirt' tends to be worn-out or 'dead' soil. **The person who wrote this is smart!! I was about to write Dirt and soil are the same things. Dirt is the amateur word for soil, and soil is the scientific word for dirt. Don't listen to what I said. I mean, I might be right, but the person's comment above me souds a lot more realistic.** 81 - look sideways at this smiley face...... It is...
Asked in Agriculture, Gardening, Soil
What are the four layers of soil and how is soil made?
the first layer is "DIRT" the second layer is "DIRT" the third layer is "DIRT" and the fourth layer is "DIRT" ...
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What are some words that have the same meaning as dirt?
How about: earth, soil, ground... ? Is that good? Hope I helped!
Asked in Social Sciences, The Difference Between, Soil
What is the difference between soil and dirt?
There are two ways to look at this. One way is to say that there isn't a difference, as all dirt is soil, but soil is more of a nice scientific or landscaper's term for dirt. The other way is to say that soil is the dark brown or black dirt you pay for at a nursery, but dirt is what you find normally, with it having regular light dirt, with rocks, glass and trash in it. ...
Asked in Science, Flower Gardening, Biology, Soil
Do plants grow better in sand dirt or in soil dirt?
The soil will help more because it has the most nutrients.