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Soil just like other resources have limitations. Soil becomes infertile when successive planting or use of soil occurs. Soil also needs to rest to recharge and regain its nutrients to be able to grow healthy crops. The  excessive usage of chemical fertilizers destroy the soil's natural fertilizer and nutrients causing it to become infertile.