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Leaching is the maximum in the soil type of 

(a) Laterite (b) Red (c) Regur (d) Desert

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(a) In agriculture, leaching refers to the loss of watersoluble plant nutrients from the soil, due to rain and irrigation. The rate of leaching increases with the amount of rainfall, high temperatures, and the removal of protective vegetation. In areas of extensive leaching, many plant nutrients are lost, leaving quartz and hydroxides of iron, manganese, and aluminium. This remainder forms a distinctive type of soil, called laterite.

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