explain how soil can affect the composition of the solution that move through it
Answer: Soils are formed through the interaction of five major factors: time, climate, parent material, topography and relief, and organisms.
Soil structure affects plant growth in many, often surprising, ways. The most obvious effects are on root growth, which is strongly inhibited by hard soil, and which in turn influences the ability of the root system to extract adequate water and nutrients from the soil.
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