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土壌, どじょう

  • dojō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • soil

Examples of 土壌,どじょう in a Sentence

Plants are nourished by earth.
Rich soil yields good crops.
Worms are sometimes beneficial to soil.
In order to get the soil ready for planting you must plow it.
The soil retained richness.
You can't get a tree to grow on bad soil.
Nothing seems to grow in this soil.
Plants take in water from the soil.
Fertile soil is indispensable for a good harvest.
That soil is rich in humus.

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