The solid, liquid or gaseous substances present in the soil collectively produce a special nature. In order to convey this nature of the soil, all the properties of the soil are described in 5 categories as follows. For example,
a) the physical properties of the soil
b) the chemical properties of the
soil c) the biological properties of the soil
The influence of physical, chemical and biological religions of the soil on land farming, crop production and soil fertility management is significant.
The following are some of the agronomic processes affecting soil properties.
2. Seed germination
2. Temperature and ventilation
4. Water movement and soil erosion
. Extension and establishment of plant roots
. Anujaibika environmental control
6. Plant retention and nutrient supply