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Productive soil provides a natural environment for the root zone. It provides air, water, and nutrients. Root hairs penetrate the pore spaces in the soil and absorb plant nutrients.
A process called osmosis is used to get water and nutrients into root cells so they can be transported to the remainder of the plant. Osmosis is the process by which water moves from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration through semipermeable membrane that is separating two solutions
A semipermeable membrane will allow certain things to pass through, whereas other things cannot. Pores allow the root to move through the soil, the soil must have spaces between the particles of sand, silt, and clay. their role is to store air, water, and nutrients and to permit root penetration
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