What are the geotechnical properties of organic soil?

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Properties of black soil refer to the elements that make up a specific type of soil. This applies to every type of soil including organic soil, which has Geotechnical properties of fine grains, lots of moisture and a lot of decaying material.
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The properties of black soil include its physical properties like coloring. In general the coloring of the black soil indicates its drainage ability. Other properties of this type of soil include its texture and the proportions of the textures. Some textures of black soil include sandy or loamy textures. These also indicate the drainage and mineral retention of the soil itself. Properties that are physical will include the tilth of the soil or its ability to be worked.
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