UMass chemist Tracy Allen and her staff analyze soil from all over the US – GazetteNET

When the glaciers retreated, they left a jumbled mixture of soil and rock. These large soil particles have not had the time to break down into layers of silt or clay as they have in the Midwest, for instance. This makes it more difficult to grow crops



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