AnimalLover456
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Will fan & give medal !!!!!!!!!!!! With explanation !!!!!!!!!!!! Which is an accurate description of clay soil? A. moderate porosity, high permeability B. low porosity, moderate permeability C. high porosity, low permeability D. low porosity, low permeability
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SkriLL3xMast3r
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Clay soil is made up of small particles that bind to each other end to end, side to side and horizontally. Individual particles are also negatively charged which allows them to attract and hold positively charged elements like calcium and potassium. This capacity makes clay soil a fertile soil, however, the closely packed particles do not allow effective root or air penetration. Clay soils also hold water, which makes them prone to water logging and smothering roots. On the other extreme, the closely packed particles, when dried out, turn to a brick-like consistency. So C
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