In this research report I will be telling you about Midwest’s composition. Also how it forms in the many different ways it does. And how agriculture help develop it. I think that the soil is just dirt and fertilizer.
The composition is dry and maybe hard in the summer, and in winter probably pretty wet and muddy, Also in the fall it is time to pick the crops and is ripe and ready and to plant. Pedocal is the most common soil. And all of the time it would need watering and other etc. This is a mixture of clay, sand, pebbles, gravel, boulders, etc Also fungi and organisms.
The soil is formed when rocks are broken down by weathering. Soil is formed when rocks are broken down by weathering. There are five factors influencing soil formation: Climate, Parent rock, Organisms, Relief, and Time. When the original material is bedrock, like sandstone or limestone, that must first weather into small particles before the soil can form, and the process is much slower.
Soil is enriched by the wastes and decayed bodies of animals. Some animals for example help by mixing the soil. And by eating the dead crops. They fence off an area in forest, then pigs clear-up forest floor to make prairie, cows eat the grasses produced by the prairie, and chickens clean-up the bugs. Pigs aerate the soil, cows fertilize the soil, chicken viscera becomes compost, and the woods' carbon locks down volatile nitrogen produced by the animals.
I guess my hypothesis was incorrect and it is more than just dirt and fertilizer. And it is pretty hard work hard work on a farm and the animals get fed really well on the farm from eating in the fields. And that was my report.