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Why do fruit trees grow well near the riverbank?

A
Soil near the river contains more sand.
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The roots of fruit trees penetrate deep and draw out water.
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C
The soil near river has high capacity to retain moisture.
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D
The soil near river has less capacity to retain moisture.
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Solution

The correct options are
A Soil near the river contains more sand.
B The roots of fruit trees penetrate deep and draw out water.
D The soil near river has less capacity to retain moisture.
Fruit trees like papaya, sapota, and guava grow well near the bank of river Krishna. This is primarily because the soil near the river contains more sand and thus, has less capacity to retain moisture. The roots of fruit trees penetrate deep into the soil and draw out water.

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