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Biological Methods of Soil Conservation

In this article we will discuss Biological Methods of Soil Conservation

Biological Methods of Soil Conservation

Conservation achieved by the use of plan vegetation cover the following:
(i) Agronomic Practices: In areas with normal farming, where vegetation itself is used for soil protection.
(ii) Dry Farming: In areas with low and moderate rainfall, where normal farming is
not possible.
(iii) Agrostological Methods : In areas which are suitable for successful growth of grasses
used as soil binders to check soil erosion.

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