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December 13, 2020 2:12 pmpts 30 pts
Black soil is black in colour due to presence of A Compounds of iron and aluminium B Titaniferous magnetite C Compounds of iron and lead
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  • Rahul kumar
    Answer: Compounds of iron and Aluminium Black soils are black in colour due to the presence of iron, aluminium compounds and humus.
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    Ishita das
    Both A and B is the answer. I was searching a reason for B being the answer. Thanks for clearing!!!
  • Saurabh shukla Best Answer
    Most probable answer has to be (B) Titaniferous magnetite. These are also black sometimes due to organic compounds of iron and aluminum and some soluble humus (dead and decayed pla...
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    Ishita das
    Both A and B is the answer. I was searching a reason for B being the answer. Thanks for clearing!!!
  • Sajan sarthak thankyou
    Soil Texture: Black cotton soil (regur soil) is highly argillaceous i.e. clayey. It is deep and impermeable and thus has high water retention capacity. Soil Colour: These soils ar...
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