Soil and its management

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Outline
I. Introduction
1.Agricultural soil management
2. Controlling traffic
II. Conclution
III.

Outline I. Introduction 1.Agricultural soil management 2. Controlling traffic II. Conclution III. References
References

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Soil management is the application of operations, practices, and treatments to protect

Soil management is the application of operations, practices, and treatments to protect
soil and enhance its performance
Nutrient management can help to improve the fertility of the soil and the amount of organic matter content, which improves soil structure and function.

Key words

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Agricultural soil management practices can lead to production and emission of nitrous

Agricultural soil management practices can lead to production and emission of nitrous
oxide (N2O), a major greenhouse gas and air pollutant.

Introduction

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Controlling traffic on the soil surface helps to reduce soil compaction, which

Controlling traffic on the soil surface helps to reduce soil compaction, which
can reduce aeration and water infiltration.

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Topsoil is a finite and valuable resource due to its fertility.

Topsoil is a finite and valuable resource due to its fertility.

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A soil management plan is an important part of ensuring soil sustainability

A soil management plan is an important part of ensuring soil sustainability
during construction projects.
To enable soil to be reused on site at a later stage, it needs to be stored in temporary stockpiles to minimise any damage or loss of function.

Conclution

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"Agriculture: Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions". EPA. 2015.
"Biochar decreased N2O

"Agriculture: Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions". EPA. 2015. "Biochar decreased N2O emissions
emissions from soils". Social Impact Open Repository. Archived from the original on 2017. Retrieved 2017-09-05..

References

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