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1. Matter derived from plant or animal sources. Often added to topdressing soil mixtures to give added water holding capacity and exchange capacity to the soil.<br>
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1. Matter derived from plant or animal sources. Often added to topdressing soil mixtures to give added water holding capacity and exchange capacity to the soil.<br><br>http://www.aces.edu/dept/extcomm/newspaper/graphics/organic-matter.jpg<br>Organic matter to the soil to improve drainage and soil structure.<br>
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Source:http://www.aces.edu/dept/extcomm/specialty/feb28igard04.html<br>
  
 
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1. Matter derived from plant or animal sources. Often added to topdressing soil mixtures to give added water holding capacity and exchange capacity to the soil.

organic-matter.jpg
Organic matter to the soil to improve drainage and soil structure.
Source:http://www.aces.edu/dept/extcomm/specialty/feb28igard04.html