what is soil air and it’s importance to agriculture

What is soil air and the importance of soil air to agricultural products

What is soil air?
The term soil air is used for a reference to the gases present in the soil pores found between the soil particles of any given sample of soil
The amount of air present in the soil varies depending on the amount of soil and the sizes of the soil particles, the type of soil and the amount of living organisms in the soil that helps to dampen the soil structure thereby creating humus in the soil

The total and normal percentage of air that is supposed to be found in the soil that we can assume it is Optimum point of soil air is supposed to be 25% of your volume of the soil itself and so the ability of air to circulate freely in the soil is called soil aeration

1. the effect or importance of soil air and farming

The under listed points are some of few of importance of soil air

1. Soil air especially oxygen is necessary for the growth and development of plants
The presence of oxygen in the soil promotes easy germination of seed this is because oxygen constitutes 23% of the atmospheric air
Soil organisms present in the soil also requires a for respiration as a result without much or the Pores of soil also known as spaces between the soil particles it is not much to retain. it is a hazard for soil organisms like rodent that lives underground to be able to breathe properly
Some plant diseases or disease organisms such as fusarium on which causes damping off are favoredby Poor aeration
Most often soil air is needed in soil or reaction particularly carbon and nitrogen cycle

In conclusion the importance of soil and there is so much more that the lack of soil…

What I actually mean by this grammar is this that’s is that soil and soil is very very important to the growth of crops in the farm

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