Water: To Be Conserved
Biotic factors: The living components of the environment make up the biotic factors. For example: plants , animals and micro-organisms
Abiotic factors: The non-living components of the environment make up the abiotic factors. For example: air, water and soil
- Soil is a naturally occurring substance that is valuable in sustaining life on earth.
- Humus – It is a component of soil that is formed from the dead and decayed organic matter.
- Weathering – It is the process of f…
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