Yes, erosion can be a problem for trees and plants. Erosion can damage the soil that the plants live in, eventually nutrients may be leached. Also, desertification can occur due to extensive erosion, and then it’s difficult for most plant life to live in this area.
On another note, plants can be used to help erosional problems. Their roots can act as anchors for the soil, allowing the soil to remain intact despite wind and other types of erosion.
Definitely, both the natural environment and agriculture are adversely affected by erosion — and it is the least well known of all the environmental problems. It robs the soil of essential nutrients that these plants and trees need to survive.
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