Meaning SANDY SOIL
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SANDY SOIL


Soil with a high percentage of sand, or large soil particles; water travels through sandy soil very easily, so nutrients leach out quickly.
Source: perennialresource.com

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sandy soil


Sandy soils are composed of larger particles that feel granular and grainy. Sand is typically well-drained and does not retain water well.
Source: greatplantpicks.org

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SANDY SOIL


Sandy soil is mainly compose of silica,which is low in nutrient element.
Isa salisu - 22 July 2018

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SANDY SOIL


Sandy soil contains large coarse particles , which we call sand
Saksham singj - 8 January 2019

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Sandy soil is said to be d richest minerals resources which add nutrients to d plants and resources.Sandy soil can be use to build house and other construction works.
Oluwaseyi olukotun - 11 June 2019

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A soil that can't work on my freaking plants.Don't plant radishes in sandy soil ever in your life. Its hard to work with and needs a ton of fertilizer(3 cans recommended)
anonymous - 12 February 2018

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SANDY SOIL


Soil is said to be sandy if the proportion of sand particles in a sample of the soil is very high.
David Timothy - 3 July 2018

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sandy soil


A kind of soil that contains big soil particles.
Source: creativeglossary.com


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