Soil with a humus content of 6 to 9%, containing a large amount of calcium and having good moisture absorption and water retention capacity.
In other soils, the humus content does not exceed 4.5%. The more its content, the blacker the soil, which is where the name of chernozem soils comes from.
Beneficial properties for soil and plants

The uniqueness of chernozem is its fertility, which our distant ancestors paid attention to. No other soil can match it in yield.
Due to its rich humus content, good water-air properties, it is the best soil for growing various plants both in vegetable garden beds and on industrial farms. This is the soil into which you stick a stick - it will grow.