Asked in Rainforests, Forests, Soil
Which is better suited for agricultural development Soil of a tropical rain forest or soil of a temperate deciduous forest?
The soil of a temperate deciduous forest would be best for agriculture as it is nutrient rich from decaying litter (compost). Tropical soil tends to be acidic and nutrient poor ...
Asked in Seasons, Rainforests, Forests
How would the soil in a tropical rainforest be different from the soil in a tropical forest that has a wet season and a dry season?
Unlike soil in a tropical forest, the humus layer of the rain forest soil is very thin. ...
Asked in Forests
Why is it necessary to incorporate forest soil along with a tree when it is transplanted to a treeless area?
It is necessary to incorporate forest soil along with a forest tree because a forest tree is already adapted to the forest soil. This soil is rich with nutrients which a tree really needs. These nutrients are needed by the forest tree in order to survive regardless of the change in location. ...
Asked in Agriculture, Gardening, Soil
Why would the soil be brown forest soil?
Brown forest soil is merely the name given to a particular type of soil, similar to a gley or a podzol. It does not infer location or colour. Brown forest soils are predominantly utilised for agriculture to high levels of organic matter. A. Cox ...
What are the names of rocks in the Temperate Deciduous Forest?
There is no direct connection between the forest and the rocks underneath its soil. You can get deciduous forest on any type of soil if the climatic conditions are right. ...
Asked in Soil
Why is forest soil better than field soil for growing a plant?
Because the field soil was gay at taking care of the plant. Which the forest soil is a true mother nature at taking care of his baby plant. ...