Agriculture

Soy vs Soya

Soy vs Soya
Technically speaking, there is no difference at all. Both terms, soy and soya refer to the same thing. They are just two different ways to spell it. The only difference is that it is soy in the US, while it is...

Nectar vs Pollen

Nectar vs Pollen
Nectar and Pollen are two different substances that are produced by plants. The basic difference between them is that nectar is a fluid produced by the flower, where as pollen is the sperm cells of the plant.

Sand vs Soil

Sand vs Soil
The main difference between the two is that, the soil has pores which allow the water and nutrients to be held, whereas the soil is loose, grainy and does not have pores to hold water or nutrients.

Earthworm vs Leech

Earthworm vs Leech
Earthworms and Leeches are hermaphrodites, but differ in their subclasses; Earthworms fall under sub class Oligochaeta, whereas Leeches fall under Hirudinae.

Organic vs Chemical Farming

Organic vs Chemical Farming
Organic farming is the process of growing plants or produce without using industrial chemicals. Chemical farming, also known as Intensive farming is the process of growing plants and produce using low crop...

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