Explain How Soil Gets Affected By The Continuous Plantation Of Crops?

The practice of continuous plantation of crops causes the soil in fields to become poor in essential nutrients such as phosphorus, potassium, nitrogen and many more. The requirement of nutrients is essential for the normal functioning and growth of plants. The act of continuous plantation by farmers to grow crops plants one batch after the other causes the available nutrients in the soil to eventually reduce and hence affecting the yield of crops.

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