What Are the Four Basic Types of Soil?

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The four basic types of soil are: clay soil, sandy soil, loam soil and peat soil. The clay soil is the most difficult to handle, but with skill and understanding can yield excellent crops. Sandy soil is easier to deal while loam is the intermediate between sandy soil and clay soil. Peat soil is very rare and it contains so many nutrients.
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Sandy soil is light and airy, which allows plenty of oxygen to move through it, but it lacks in nutrients, making it less than ideal for growing. Since it is so light and drains easily
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dirt, water, sand, not sure about the other what else can plants grow in ?and mud ideot.
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Price pfister, glacier, delta, kholer.
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Hot and dry deserts, such as the Sonoran Desert of Arizona and northwestern Mexico, are warm year-round with an extreme range of diurnal (daily) temperatures because of low humidity
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