What Makes up Soil?


Soil, the outermost part of our planet, is made of various organic matter. This includes minerals, nutrients, and both living and dead organisms.
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Carbon dioxide That is incorrect. The Correct answer is nitrogen. Nitrogen makes up about 78 per cent of the atmospshere, oxygen 20 percent and 2 per cent other inert gasses.
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Soil is made of organic matter, water, air and mineral matter. This means it is mostly tiny bits of stuff that used to be or still is alive, rock bits, water and air. You can find more information here: http://www.epa.gov/gmpo/edresources/soil.html
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