Soil-conservation



noun
1.
any of various methods to achieve the maximum utilization of the land and preserve its resources through such controls as crop rotation, prevention of soil erosion, etc.
soil conservation
noun
1.
the preservation of soil against deterioration or erosion, and the maintenance of the fertilizing elements for crop production

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