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2014-06-13T15:27:38+05:30
Alluvial soil is reach in nutrients and contain heavy metals. these soils are formed when streams and rivers slow their velocity. the suspended soil particles are to heavy for the decreasing current to carry and are deposited on the riverbed. the finest particle are deposited at the mouth of the river, forming a delta. alluvial soil vary in mineral content and specific soil characteristics  depending on the region geologic makeup of the are
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