The Poorest Absorber of Water Is?

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Water is the most limited ecological resource for trees and forest sites. The poorest absorber of water is sand, clay and the gravel also the rocky surfaces that is covered by the layer of the soil.
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Rocky Surfaces with no soil layer.
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Water can be absorbed from many things. Just about anything that is porous in texture, ie. sponges, cotton/cloths. The item that is porous is in a sense hollow and draws the water
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The slow-growing Red chokeberry (Aronia arbutifolia) reaches a mature height of about 6 to 8 feet. The shrub absorbs water and thrives in wet or continually wet soils. Red chokeberry
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Water can be absorbed from many things. Just about anything that is porous in texture, ie. sponges, cotton/cloths. The item that is porous is in a sense hollow ...
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