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What kind of soil type is found thickest, globally, in land near the Missouri River in Iowa, USA............

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What kind of soil type is found thickest, globally, in land near the Missouri River in Iowa, USA, at the edges of the Gobi Desert and beside the Yellow River in China?

posted Apr 10, 2020 by Aastha Joshi

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Loess
Loess is fine, mineral-infused, free-draining soil, which can be extremely fertile. It is easily tilled and usually erodes very slowly. Unlike other soils, loess is pale, loosely packed and crumbles easily.

answer Apr 11, 2020 by Tapesh Kulkarni
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