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Go with the flow. Why is the upper course of a river sutibal for animal grazing, but not for growing crops?
Transcript of Go with the flow. Why is the upper course of a river sutibal for animal grazing, but not for growing crops?
Why is the upper course of a river suitable for animal grazing but not for growing crops. The upper course is the highest section which is found in the mountains or hills. Here the river erodes a v-shaped valley, the path is fairly straight and it flows downhill steeply. The landforms that are common in this course of the river are waterfalls and gorges. What is the upper course. The upper course is is not good for growing crops because it is the top of the river where the waterfall is usually found and it will be very rocky the crops might not have enough soil and if the river over flows it could wash away or when it rains. Why is the upper course bad for farming. The upper course is good for animal grazing because forest and grass is thick and good for animals, but the forest is all natural and no human farming. Also because its right next to the river it provides a good water source Why the upper course is good for animal grazing. Thank you for your cooperation. Hope u learned somethingFull transcript