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Would you characterize this as a sustainable form of agriculture? Is there anything that could have been done, or could be done now, to prevent soil loss?

Following the extensive diking and draining of the Everglades in the 1930’s, it was found that the thick black mucky soil that had once been under the shallow water was well suited to agricultural crops, particularly sugar cane, and sugar cane cultivation became a major agricultural industry in Florida. Do some research on “Everglades muck soil” an” “Everglades agriculture” to learn a little about the history of agriculture on these muck soils and what happened.

Would you characterize this as a sustainable form of agriculture? Is there anything that could have been done, or could be done now, to prevent soil loss?

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