itself has a direct impact on what enterprises can be successfully operated
on the farm. Soil type and conditions
are only a small part of the overall evaluation of a farm’s potential
suitability, as the right farm for your farm production needs.
Having good airflow through a field is essential for healthy plant
growth. Air pollution can settle over
and injure tender plants and frost will form in areas of the field where cool
air is allowed to settle.
Access to water can mean the difference between success and failure for
some operations. Water is vital for
irrigation and watering livestock.
Fields located in flood plains are likely to be flooded in some
seasons. Light, shallow soils with
poor water holding capacity provide a risky environment for raising crops