5 years ago in Soil Erosion

Which of the following is not a method of soil conservation?

[A] Planting hedges
[B] Terraces
[C] Contour ploughing
[D] Slash and burn agriculture
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Alina Singh Guptha
Alina Singh Guptha - 2 years ago

Alina Singh Guptha from Indore, India is saying Slash and burn agriculture is correct answer

shivam kushwaha
shivam kushwaha - 3 years ago

shivam kushwaha from Bengaluru, India is saying Slash and burn agriculture is correct answer

ashok yadav
ashok yadav - 3 years ago

ashok yadav from Maharajganj, India is saying Slash and burn agriculture is correct answer

Abhishek Gupta
Abhishek Gupta - 3 years ago

Abhishek Gupta from Delhi, India is saying Terraces is correct answer

deepika majumdar
deepika majumdar - 3 years ago

deepika majumdar from Karur, India is saying Slash and burn agriculture is correct answer

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