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Four steps of secondary succession, from disturbed soil to hardwoods

Ecological succession that begins where an ecosystem was disturbed by an event such as fire, flood, or farming, leaving behind intact soil.
Secoundary Succession
1st year after forest fire, flood, or farmer abandons a field: Weeds grow,
usually crabgrass.
Step One
2nd year: Seeds blown in or carried in by animals become new weedy
plants, such as horseweed.
Step Two
5 to 15 years: Small pines begin growing in the area, gradually become a
pine forest
Step Three
As older pines die hardwoods succeed them if the climate supports them.
Step Four

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Four steps of secondary succession, from disturbed soil to hardwoods
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Ecological succession that begins where an ecosystem was disturbed by an event such as fire, flood, or farming, leaving behind intact soil. Secoundary Succession 1st year after forest fire, flo
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Four steps of secondary succession, from disturbed soil to hardwoods
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