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Discussion :: Indian Geography - Section 1 (Q.No.61)

61. 

Which of the following types of soil are mostly confined to river basins and coastal plains of India?

[A]. Alluvial soils
[B]. Black soils
[C]. Laterite soils
[D]. Red soils

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

No answer description available for this question.

Pooja Mishra said: (Apr 22, 2011)  
Alluvial soil are those soil which are formed by washing or erosion of soil while river flows from one place to other. So it is more at basin and get deposited in coastal.

Anusha Hegde said: (Aug 1, 2013)  
Alluvial soil as they are formed when rivers erode rocks, mountains and other fertile soils. Generally these soils are very fertile and considered very suitable for crop cultivation.

Mukesh Ram said: (Apr 14, 2014)  
Alluvial soil are those soil which formed by the deposition of revers as those eroded by erosion and after when they not able to carry in plain region so they deposited on their mouth. So it found much in coastal part and very suitable for crop cultivation.

Johir Saikh said: (Jan 6, 2015)  
Alluvial soil are mixes rocks, stone where look at this river of coast area, mountain. Generally they soils are fertile and considered very suitable for crop cultivation.

Vijay said: (Apr 18, 2016)  
Good explanation.

Naresh Kumar said: (Apr 18, 2016)  
Alluvial soil are mixed rocks, the stone where to look at the river of coast area, mountain.
Alluvial soil as they are formed when rivers erode rocks, mountains, and other fertile soils.
Generally, these soils are very fertile and considered very suitable for crop cultivation. So, it found much in coastal part and very suitable for crop cultivation.

Ashish said: (May 18, 2017)  
Is alluvial soil rich in minerals compared to other type of soils?

Puneet said: (Apr 19, 2020)  
Alluvial soil = plain and coastal region.
Black soil = Deccan plateau.
Laterite soil = area having more temp and high rainfall.
Red soil = partial Deccan plateau.

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