Over Cultivation?

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Over cultivation is when farmers plow or till the soil too much and it damages it and makes it hard for anything to be planted there again. Cultivation disrupts the soils natural surface. Extreme cultivation, as done with a roto-tiller, pulverizes the soils structure in a way that it becomes even more compacted in such a short amount of time. Cultivation also brings weeds to the surface, and it can easily destroy earthworm population in the soil.
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