Soil pollution, Biology

Soil is upper crust of earth which support land plants and animals. It is defined as addition of substances to the soil, which adversely affect physical, chemical?

And biological properties of soil and reduces its productivity. Soil formation process is very slow which makes soil pollution very severe.

Example: Excessive use of fertilizer, pesticides, leaching of chemicals, soil erosion etc.

 

 

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