Farmers will become more difficult if agriculture uses sloping critical land. The earth’s surface span can be either flat or corrugated fields. The hilly topography of the land will cause agriculture to be carried out on hilly terrain. The area on the slopes of this hill has a varied slope. Agriculture on the slopes is the one that faces the problem. Sloping land often turns into critical land (you can read the previous article as a reference: Dry and critical land).
Agriculture uses sloping critical land requires more complex treatment. Generally agriculture uses fertile and flat land. Farming using sloping critical land requires proper management.
Agricultural land can change to critical land. Knowledge of change to critical land is beneficial to support the cultivation of plants in our garden. We will encounter greater obstacles when meeting this critical land than fertile land. How is agricultural land change to critical land?
Dry and critical land is often the main obstacle in agriculture. Farmers or hobbyists need more energy, thought, time and money to deal with drought and critical lands. In managing dry and critical land, farmers and planters must adjust input and yield factors.
Farming or hobbies in the garden need to know the state of the soil, the environment in which we develop a gardening hobby, as well as the suitability of plants to the soil environment.