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Types of Soil Part 1
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Types of Soil

Sandeep Sirs Guild
Science Teacher(TGT), 9Yrs.Exp.,, B.ed, M.A.(Eng.Lit.), UPTET.Study for, IAS/PCS/NTA-UGC-NET/CTET/UPTET/PGT.Teaching is My Dharma.

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  1. CLAY SOIL Clay soil has fine particles as compared to other soils and it's particles are tightly packed. Its water holding capacity is very high. eClay shows plasticity when mixed with water. It has very less organic content.

  2. LOAMY SOIL Loamy soil contains clay ,silt ,and sand. It contains more humus nutrients and moisture Major agricultural land which are most fertile are loamy soil. . It can also be used for construction of houses.

  3. SILT SOIL . Silt soil is mainly found in river bed and other water bodies. It is granular in nature and size is between sand and clay Filtration is the process of pollution of water with silt soil.