In agriculture, crop rotation is one of the building blocks to soil retention and sustainability. When crops are overgrazed or overplanted, then the soil can become barren and it can erode away, from wind or water. High winds and rainfall are the two biggest reasons why soil erosion occurs in farmland, and it is important to have a way to wet the soil down until plants can keep the soil in place.

It's simpler than it may seem to live green. Small changes can oftentimes have huge results. You don't have to scratch your head about how to get started - simply discover a new use for something you might usually discard. See if you're recycling often, and keeping the garbage you are generating to a minimum. Here are several tips to get you thinking more about living green.

Water vole, a declining native mammal of UK has rat-like in appearance. It has a round face and a short tail and a blunt nose. It is found near ponds, lakes, rivers and streams. The male species of this habitat have a head and body of 20cm with a 12cm tail. The females are found to be slight smaller.
Pests are the hazardous species which are dangerous for human beings and ecology. They also affect on the health of the common people and sometimes one should have to suffer a lot because of the pests. They also destroy crops which are harmful for agro-based nation. So it is very necessary to control them for a healthy life.
To begin with, let us understand what Ecology means. The scientific study of environment and its organisms with respect to their abundance, habitat, interaction, climate and distribution belongs to a branch of biology known as ecology. Ecology is now used in a more general sense, coined to mean environment-friendly. When we talk of Industrial ecology, we hint at the effects of industrialization on the environment.
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