question related agriculture
soil water is placed in three ways
1. hygroscopic water
2. gravitational water
3. capillary water
so here we would discuss thrice
a thin layer of moist present around the particle of soil is called hygroscopic water
when soil is irrigated or it is showered by rain, the moist that travel down wards by the gravitational force to the water table is called gravitational water.
soil showered by rain or irrigated and thus it travels through the pores( space between the soil particles) downwards and thus it rises with the pull force again to the pores and feeds the plants is called capillary water.
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