Why do the farmer till soil?
So that the soil is less dense on the surface, allowing seeds to be easily buried once sown.
if the farmer do not replenish the soil the crops will damage.
the earthworm tills the soil which helps the farmer to dig the soil easily
theyre not a farmer
Earthworms eat soil and excrete soil quite quickly. What the earthworm excretes fertilizes the soil and helps the farmer for planting and growing crops.
No-till, low-till, or stubble cropping are all used as terms.
Earthworms do the following: turn over the soil, aerate the soil, fertilize the soil.
An earthworm, while moving, chews up some soil and spits out the same amount of soil back into the ground. The soil which was eaten becomes fertile and more plants will grow on fertile soil. therefore, an earthworm helps a farmer by making soil fertile.
The type of soil will tell a farmer what he can grow as a crop and what he may have to add to the soil.
the effect is that the soil will be pastures
I think that is an organism that can fix nitrogen from the air into the soil so plants can use it. The farmer does not have to add as much to the soil to fertilize, therefore saving money.
Farmers turn their soil to replenish valuable nutrients such as nitrogen and oxygen to the soil. If a farmer was to continually use the soil over and over again the nutrient level would be depleted and be deamed useless. Soil need nutrients to survive and allow other plants to grow.
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It means farmer, or tiller of the soil.
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soil, water, and the cotton gin.
its ridges prevent water from carrying away the soil
This largely depends on the soil and how the soil is tilled by each individual gardener or farmer. Typically the Top Soil will have the most nutrients available.
Black soil does not need to be ploughed after a rain. It is good to turn over the soil as any farmer knows.
A base such as lime.
Ploughs are used to till the soil on a scale that hand digging can not achieve. Thus use of a plough enables a farmer to produce more food than he could by hand. This helps feed more people.
= Till the soil meaning: = = = 1. To cultivate land. 2. To prepare; to get. 3. To plow and prepare for seed, and to sow, dress, raise crops from, etc., to cultivate; as, to till the earth, a field, a farm.
Land preparation depends on the farmer. For many years and in many countries plowing/tilling the soil was favored. In areas of high erosion plowing is not recommended and drill set seeding is practiced.
No-till farming does not disturb or loosen the soil except in very small amounts, so wind and water are much less able to get under the soil and move it, which is what erosion is.
poor soil means no. of voids more and soil does not hold nuritent the seepage loose more.it also affect crop yield
Rotavation is to mechanically till soil.
A neutralisation reaction occurs when an acid + base forms a salt + water (H2O). This could help a farmer as if the soil was acidic, a farmer could as a basic solution or basic power to form water (neutral) and a salt. It could also be used if the soil needed to become acidic and it was basic.
Yes. No-till farming and contour farming are two examples of preventing soil erosion.
No till farming and cover crops.
Earthworms are known as the farmers friends as they ensurf
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.
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.
No-Till is a great alternative to traditional moldboard plowing. In no-till instead of turning over the soil, it has a knife that splits open the soil a percentage of an inch and drops the seed in. Then it has rollers on the back to cover the seed in soil. This way the plant residue stays on the soil and there is not bare ground. Bare ground causes erosion because there is nothing there to stop… Read More
Land is irreplaceable. Soil erosion results in crop reduction and farmers expend a lot of time and energy taking measures to prevent soil erosion.
He would add a base such as lime (calcium oxide).
To check the acidity of the soil
Yes, they fertilize the soil which will help crops grow.
Water, soil, and fertilizer...
In most cases, to reduce the acidity of the soil to create a more plant-friendly soil pH.
If the soil where the farmer wanted to grow onions was Ph 5 what would have to be done to the soil to make it suitable for growing onions?
add some alkali
A sparrow is called a friend of the farmer for a very good reason. The sparrows excretion helps make soil more fertile for the crops.
when you need more calcium in your soil start saving the egg shells that you use and dry them grind them up and till them into your soil.
The earthworms are called the farmer's best friend because they turn and loosen the soil and humus to it. I addition the decompose dead plants and animals in the soil. in this way, various nutrients held in the dead organisms are released back into the soil. These nutrients are again absorbed by plants. In this way the farmer has a better yield of crops and thereby loves earthworms!
What will happen if a farmer only plants and harvests crops of cotton for seven years without adding fertilizers or other nutrients to the soil?
draining of nutrients from the soil
A Farmer might use chemistry by measuring pesticides, the nutritional value of certain feeds, and the soil quality of where he should plant his crop.
Soil erosion means that the soil is carried away, by water or wind. And if the soil goes from a field, the farmer can't grow stuff there anymore. If disappears from around the foundations of a house, the house can collapse.
for they can grow and if they don't plough the soil. the soil will be bad and all the soils nutrients and oxygen wouldn't go around the soil correctly only in some parts and plants wouldn't grow
They break down organic matter, and aerate soil.
contour plowing, terracing, and no-till farming