What happens as a result, is soil that has little or no structure. It’s prone to becoming compacted, where oxygen and water struggle to move freely. But by regarding all three areas of science with equal importance, it’s possible to greatly increase the quality of your results.
The importance of physics
Soil with no structure can be thought of like a flat deck of cards. Without any spaces between cards, there’s no room for anything to move, and in poor soils this is usually the case. The variance of charged particles within soil and their polarity (or lack thereof) can alter soil structure and make it incredibly rigid. But with the right balance of anionic and cationic (positive and negative) minerals, it’s possible to transform that rigid deck of cards into a card ‘house’; where oxygen, water and all kinds of life can move about freely.