12 Days of Quizzes
Well, Christmas Day has passed us by for another year an the New Year is on the horizon. If your New Year resolution is to pass the California Supplemental Exam, you are in the right place.
Scrape up a plate of Christmas cookies and test your knowledge with another CSE quiz. This is the final quiz in the 12 Days of Quizzes series.
On the 12th Day of Christmas…
On the Twelfth Day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…twelve drummers drumming…
Twelve drummers drumming remind me of the pounding of construction equipment on a job site.
All of this machinery can cause soil compaction. Since soil is one of the most important factors in the success or failure of any landscape project, let’s examine some important facts about soil that you need to know for the CSE exam.
Soil Topics and the California Supplemental Exam
Soil compaction is bad for plant roots since compacted soil has fewer and smaller pores for roots, water, and air which plants need to thrive. Conversely, compacted soil is necessary to create stable sub-grade surfaces for structures and building foundations.
On this last day in the 12 Days of Quizzes series, we will examine soil-related issues. Let’s get started.
Quiz 12: Soil Topics and the California Supplemental Exam
More quizzes can be found on the 12 Days of Quizzes page.
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