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Definition of tired soil

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Definition as written by Magpye:

A term referring to a piece of land that has been exhausted of its nutrient value. It does not produce like it once used to. When a particular crop has been grown too long in once place. The Southeast U.S. created tired soil from planting cotton for too many years.

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