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When most people look at the ground they probably see lifeless brown material that they call dirt.
I consider myself a soil physicist/watershed hydrologist and environmental scientist.
Over the past several years, Sindhu Jagadamma has traveled across the world and through different areas of soil science.
Soil performs many functions which make it a fundamental resource for life. Soil is the biologically active zone where the atmosphere, water, sunlight, and the earth's crust mix and interact, all of which affect the growth and vigour of plants.
Soil and Plant Scientists* work to make sure that the soils in which crops are planted and where people live and work are stable, fertile, and free from pollution.
A bachelors degree in agricultural science is sufficient for the majority of jobs in product development, while a masters or Ph.D. degree is usually required for research positions.