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Discipline: Geography

Question topic: Soil Types

Source: Originais Teachy

Level of difficulty: Hard

(Originais Teachy 2023) - Question Hard of Geography

Labyrinthization is a soil conservation technique that consists of creating labyrinth-shaped structures with the aim of reducing the speed of surface water and decreasing its erosiveness in the soil. What are the main advantages of this technique?
Increase in water infiltration into the soil and reduction of the amount of surface water available to erode the soil.
Reduction of floods and floods caused by uncontrolled surface water.
Control of slopes, preventing landslides and silting of rivers and lakes near rural properties.
Reduction of costs with agricultural machinery to work the soil due to the structures created by labyrinthization preventing mechanical traffic on rural properties.
Direct release of nutrients to the crops planted on site due to the structures created by labyrinthization preventing mechanical traffic on rural properties.


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