Soils of India Class 4 Questions and Answers

 Soils of India Class 4 Questions and Answers

 Soils of India Class 4 Questions and Answers by online shiksha

 Fill in the blanks

  1. Carrying away of soil by wind or water is called…..
  2. Desert Soil is mostly found in…?
  3. Deforestation causes an increase in …………
  4. Remains of dead plant and animals into the soil to make it fertile is called…?
  5. Laterite soil is ……… in colour?

Answers

  1. Soil erosion
  2. Rajasthan
  3. Soil erosion
  4. Humus
  5. red

Answer the following questions

 How can soil erosion be prevented?

Tree planting, or afforestation, is the most effective way to prevent soil erosion.

What soil is very rich in humus?

Alluvial soils are very rich in humus

What makes soil an important natural resource?

Soil is considered to be the most valuable natural resource in India because most people depend on agriculture for their livelihood.

What is soil erosion?

A fertile top layer of soil is carried by the wind and water to a distant location. It is called soil erosion.

What is the process of soil formation?

Rain, flowing water, etc. break down rocks on Earth to create small pebbles. These pebbles further break down to form soil.

Why is desert soil infertile?

Sand cannot hold much water. Therefore, it is not fertile.

Define Afforestation?

In afforestation, trees are planted in areas that previously had no forest or plantation. This is a method for creating a new forest.

How does black soil form? Where can we find it in India?

The black soil comes from lava that comes from volcanoes. This soil found mainly in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, as well as in parts of Gujarat, Karnataka, and Rajasthan.

What are the different types of soil found in India?

The different types of soil are: –

  1. Alluvial soil
  2. Black soil
  3. Red soil
  4. Laterite soil
  5. Desert soil

 

 

 

 

 

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