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1. Soils in which there is a heavy accumulation of salts.<br><br>http://greenpack.rec.org/soil/problems_and_threats_to_the_soil/images/03-03-05.jpg<br>Plants can grow on saline soils, but most saline soil area like this need to go through salinization before crops can be planted. This is a very extreme case.
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1. Soils in which there is a heavy accumulation of salts.<br><br>http://greenpack.rec.org/soil/problems_and_threats_to_the_soil/images/03-03-05.jpg<br>Plants can grow on saline soils, but most saline soil area like this need to go through salinization before crops can be planted. This is a very extreme case.<br>
 
Source:http://greenpack.rec.org/soil/problems_and_threats_to_the_soil/03-03-05.shtml<br>
 
Source:http://greenpack.rec.org/soil/problems_and_threats_to_the_soil/03-03-05.shtml<br>
 
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1. Soils in which there is a heavy accumulation of salts.

03-03-05.jpg
Plants can grow on saline soils, but most saline soil area like this need to go through salinization before crops can be planted. This is a very extreme case.
Source:http://greenpack.rec.org/soil/problems_and_threats_to_the_soil/03-03-05.shtml