SOIL TREATMENT ENGINEERING
What is it about?
When speaking about the soil it is most important to point out that we obtain more than 95% of food and raw materials for food from the soil. At the same time, a favorable fertile soil for this purpose is a very limited resource.
Why is it important?
Soil science has developed as a part of agronomy and forestry profession. It is understandable that its focus were those soil characteristics that made it more or less suitable for growing plants, i.e., the focus was its production role. The problems of environmental damage (especially degradation and soil contamination), particularly of natural resources, in a certain way, have pushed this role. Only in recent decades, there is a growing interest in non-productive roles of the soil, in the first place those relating to environmental protection, in particular the protection of natural resources whose quality depends directly on soil and soil management.
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