What Is Blue Clay Soil?

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Blue clay soil is a clay soil that is very dense, holds water and needs to be loosened to allow prope4re drainage. It is bluish in colour thus its name and is commonly found along the Mississippi and Minnesota's Red Rivers. Other types of clay are grey and red clay soil.
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