Healthy soils high in organic matter or biochar would have higher CEC values, so could resist nutrient leaching from bad weather - Bad weather 'could cause less tasty and healthy fruit and veg' Professor Gooding, head of agricultural policy Reading University said high rainfall could cause loss of nutrients in soil while lack of sunshine could hamper the development of sugars in produce. “We do know that rainfall, for example, will often cause leaching and loss of nutrients from the soil
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