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You may improve this article, discuss the issue on the talk page, or create a new article, as appropriate. Red soil is a type of soil that develops in a warm, temperate, moist climate under deciduous or mixed forests, having thin organic and organic-mineral layers overlying a yellowish-brown leached layer resting on an illuvial red layer.
Red soils are generally derived from crystalline rock. They are usually poor growing soils, low in nutrients and humus and difficult to cultivate because of its low water holding capacity. Red soils denote the third largest soil group of India covering an area of about 3. Peninsula from Tamil Nadu in the south to Bundelkhand in the north and Rajmahal hills in the east to Katchch in the west.
They surround the red soils on their south, east and north. Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Chotanagpur plateau of Jharkhand.