How is over irrigation damaging to soil?
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Over irrigation can have several damaging effects on soil. It can cause waterlogging and soil salinization due to an increase in soluble salts, reduce the amount of oxygen available to the roots, decrease soil fertility, cause nutrient leaching and soil erosion, create an environment that is more susceptible to plant disease, and lead to an increase in weeds.