Soil Organic Carbon

 SOM is made predominantly out of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, and has limited quantities of different components, for example, nitrogen, phosphorous, sulfur, potassium, calcium and magnesium contained in natural buildups. It is partitioned into 'living' and 'dead' segments and can run from extremely late data sources, for example, stubble, to a great extent rotted materials that are a huge number of years old. Soil natural carbon is a quantifiable part of soil natural issue. Natural issue makes up only 2–10% of most soil's mass and has a significant job in the physical, substance and organic capacity of rural soils. Natural issue adds to supplement maintenance and turnover, soil structure, dampness maintenance and accessibility, debasement of poisons, carbon sequestration and soil strength.

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