Regular farming, growing crops leads to land degradation. Fertile soil turns into a desert, which leads to the death of human civilizations. Soil depletion occurs gradually and is caused by the following actions:
Soil takes a long time to form and regenerates very slowly. In places where cattle graze, plants are eaten away and die, and rainwater erodes the soil. As a result, deep holes and ravines can form. To slow down and stop this process, it is necessary to relocate people and animals to other areas and plant a forest.
In addition to the problem of erosion and depletion as a result of agriculture, there is another problem. This is soil pollution from various sources:
This and much more causes soil destruction. If anthropogenic activity is not controlled, then most of the territories will turn into deserts and semi-deserts. The soil will lose fertility, plants will die out, animals and people will die.