mostly in soil and water
it is naturally found in soil
Iodine can be found in food naturally
in some cleaning supplies and pools. But it is not naturally in those items.
Aquifers, lakes, rivers, soil, air, and of course the ocean.
Fertilizers place nutrients in the soil that are not naturally there. Just keep in mind the difference between fertilizers and soil conditioners. Soil conditioners are items that overall help the soil. So fertilizers are soil conditioners but not all conditioners are fertilizers.
Engineering soil is when ground is prepared(engineered) for an specific purpose. Soil is dirty or ground naturally found on earth.By Oscar Venegas "Ozkhar"
Yes, iodine is found naturally in soil and water. In areas where the soil itself is deficient in iodine, the water does not contain this chemical and the native population exhibit evidence of iodine deficiency.
Uranium is a naturally occurring element that can be found in low levels within all rock, soil, and water.
Soil is made of 45 percent minerals, 25 percent water, 25 percent air and 5 percent is dead organic matter.
The term is "minerals." Few elements are found in their pure elemental form, and they are mostly metals.
The layers of soil that were naturally deposited are called, 'Horizons'.
The soil is fertile because the chemicals are forming
Ozone is found naturally in stratosphere. It is found as ozone layer.
Soil can be found on earth
Neon is naturally found as a gas.
Caffeine is naturally found in coffee.
Hydrangea are plants, and are naturally found in the ground.
it is naturally found
Nematodes are found naturally in soil. They help to kill harmful insects. A nematode can live for up to a few weeks.
Serratia marcescens, a bacteria which is found naturally in soil, food, and in animals
Soil can be made naturally, but it is a very slow process. So soil is a renewable resource.
Soil is found in fertile ground
Yes it comes from the soil. It occurs naturally from decaying uranium.