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Why rainforest soils are generally poor for agriculture

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Why rainforest soils are generally poor for agriculture By Rhett Butler Wildmadagascar.org SOILS and NUTRIENT CYCLING IN THE RAINFOREST Understanding the basic composition of forest soils hel READ MORE
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How does deforestation result in soil infertility?

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How does deforestation result in soil infertility? Monday, July 09, 2007 Discover-It Blogspot rizwan: does cutting of trees and deforestation result in soil infertility? How? This needs a b READ MORE
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Forming an Amazon Rainforest Microbial Observatory

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Forming an Amazon Rainforest Microbial Observatory July 16, 2009 Innovations Report The Amazon rainforest may be the largest reservoir of soil microbes on Earth, yet researchers acknowledge tha READ MORE
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Biomes - Living Worlds :: Rainforest :: Soil

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Biomes - Living Worlds :: Rainforest :: Soil, Team C01113340, ThinkQuest.org, Soil in the tropical rainforests is very nutrient poor. The topsoil is only one to two inches (2.5 to 5 centimeters) READ MORE
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Rich Rainforest Soil Is Thin

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Rich Rainforest Soil Is Thin Cyberparent.com Dead plants and leaves fall in the jungle. They rot on the forest floor. This makes the top dirt very rich. The rich dirt of the rainforest is ver READ MORE
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Soils and Nutrient Cycling

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Soils and Nutrient Cycling Rhett A. Butler Mongabay.com SOILS and NUTRIENT CYCLING IN THE RAINFOREST Understanding the basic composition of forest soils helps explain the concept of nutrient c READ MORE
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Rainforest Soil Homework Help: The soil in rainforests is fertile but only as long as it remains a rainforest; it is dependent on the biological activity of the rainforest itself. Plants die, are decomposed, and broken down into nutrients quickly. Once the trees and vegetation are cleared, the soil no longer has the recycling process to keep it fertile.
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