How to Conserve Soil?

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Conservation of soil can be done several ways. Planting trees helps. Trees prevent erosion both with their roots and by blocking wind. Terracing is another good way to conserve soil. Terracing is leveled sections used for hilly farm lands. Tilling and plowing helps prepare soil for plants to grow, but it is promotes erosion, so finding ways to limit how much you till and plow will help.
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Ways to Conserve Soil: plant trees, use terraces, use no tilling farming, use contour plowing, rotate crops and water the soil. pH and salinity management will also help conserve soil. You can find more information here: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/10-ways-to-conserve-soil.html
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