Does Mesopotamia have good soil

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No Mesopotamia does not have good soil. The Middle East does though.

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What is fertile soil in Mesopotamia?

The flooding in Mesopotamia brings silt which blends in with the soil, making it rich and good for farming.

How did the abundance of Mesopotamia result in?

fertile soil, which resulted in good crops, trade routes

Why did the earliest civilizations develop in Egypt and Mesopotamia?

They were in fertile river valleys that had good soil to farm on.

Why did the soil of Mesopotamia region of Sumer grow such good crops?

The Farmland was fertile and water was nearby

What led to the fertile soil near Mesopotamia?

Mesopotamia's soil was fertile because of flood rains and overflowing rivers.

What are the reasons why Mesopotamia disappeared and Egypt did not?

Biggest reason Egypt outlasted Mesopotamia was the Nile. The Nile's flooding kept Egypt's soil fertile. (and the fertile soil made Egypt a wealthy nation and good in international trade) And the Nile was easy to navigate.

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Why did people settle in ancient Mesopotamia?

Because of the land and open space. It was a good place for growing crops because of the rich soil.

Why is Mesopotamia so important to live there?

it has rich, fertile soil

What lead the Fertile soil near Mesopotamia?

overflowing rivers apex(:

What lead to the fertile soil near mesopotamia?

overflowing rivers apex(:

How did the Mesopotamians irrigate their soil?

They irrigated their soil by using the irrigation system that was first developed in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia.