Gully Erosion

Gully erosion results from water moving in rills, which concentrate to form larger channels. When rill erosion can no longer be repaired by merely tilling or discing, it is defined as gully erosion. The advanced stage of gully erosion leads to formation of ravines near the river systems. It is however noted that deep gullies are formed normally in lands having relatively thick soil depth.

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