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Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
Are there varieties of plants that can grow in an environment with noted salinity?
yes, plants that are adapted to saline soils (such as coastal conditions) are called hallophytes ...
Asked in Science, Travel & Places, Humor & Amusement
What is the difference between Saline and Sodic Soils How can be fixed?
Sodic soils contain a lot of sodium ions. This can be due to sodium chloride, in which case it is also saline, or to sodium carbonate, when the word saline doesn't apply. ...
Asked in Agriculture, Soil
Which are the different types of soils found in India give the explanation?
There are 8 types of soils in India. 1.Alluvial soils 2.Black soils 3.Red soils 4.Laterite soils 5.Moutainous soils 6.Desert soils 7.Saline soils 8.Peat soils ...
Asked in Soil
What does nutrient poor soils mean?
Without enough nitrogen, and minerals such as phosphorus and potassium, plants cannot create the molecules they need to grow and function. Soils without these elements (and others) have to be fertilized to grow crops. Growing certain crops can also restore at least some of the nitrogen. Some plants have adapted to nutrient-poor soils, such as the Venus flytrap, which gets organic material from insects it traps. ...
Asked in Agriculture, Farm Crops
Why do crops grow better on plains and in valleys than on mountain?
This is because mountains have very thin soils that make growing crops very difficult to impossible. You're better off raising livestock on mountains than sowing crops. ...
Asked in History of the United States
What helped british farmers increase food production in the 1700s?
Farmers mixed soils to get greater yields on crops. Also they planted turnips, which made them grow faster and they would move crops around. ...
Asked in Agriculture, Soil
Are biologist seeking new crops that grow more efficiently in tropical soils?
they are , but now they a trying to find crops that grow efficiently in poor fertile conditions this is because of deforestation , that cause barren soil to become infertile as the nutrients go deeper in to the soil ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Alexandra - Poljakoff - Mayber written?
Alexandra - Poljakoff - Mayber has written: 'Plants in saline environments' -- subject- s -: Effect of salts on, Halophytes, Plants, Saline irrigation, Salinity, Salts in Soils, Soils, Salts in ...
What are the names of the 9 types of soils found in India?
Soils in India can be classified into 8 categories: alluvial, black, red, laterite, forest, arid & desert, saline & alkaline and peaty & organic soils. ...