Land use and soil management practices influence the soil nutrients and related soil processes, such as erosion, oxidation, mineralization, and leaching, etc. As a result, it can modify the processes of transport and re-distribution of nutrients. In non-cultivated land, the type of vegetative cover is a factor influencing the soil organic carbon content. Moreover, soils through land use change also produce considerable alterations and usually soil quality diminishes after the cultivation of previously uncultivated soils. Thus, land use and type of vegetation must be taken into account when relating soil nutrients with environmental conditions.