Compost is a very necessary soil amendment extensively used in farming and gardening sectors. Everyone tries to use the best compost in their field. But- Due to the lack of proper knowledge they aren't able to choose the right and best amendment for their soil.
People love growing plants, vegetables and flowers in their homes. Gardening has become the passion of many youths. But- Many people are facing problems in growing their plants because they aren't able to choose the right growing medium. Take a look
Composting is a natural process of using biodegradable wastes like animal manure, crop residues, food wastes and leaves to make highly nutritive humus like product which is added in the soil for the improvement of its quality enriching the macro and micronutrients.
The word kelp sounds familiar to many people. But- Very few of them know what it is and how it is used in Agriculture.
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Have you ever wondered how soil made?
In nature, as rock is crushed into sand and clay, and organic matter from dead animals and plants are broken down into their raw elements it collectively starts to form what we know as soil.
If you want your garden to truly thrive, you need to start with good soil.
The soil serves as the source of nutrition for your plants, as well as protection from the elements. Have a look at this article
Have you ever found yourself staring at the array of fertilizers offered by gardening and horticultural shops, unsure of what to buy?
All of them seem similar, but have slightly different combinations of numbers on the front. Even soil these days often come with their own NPK ratios due to the soil conditioners used in the mix.
A good starting point to getting your green thumb going is to figure out what medium to use.
In the past the answer was always soil, there were no other options. Now that there are so many other mediums available to us, some of us have lost touch with our roots. Check out this article for more information on this subject.
The ocean is an incredibly rich source of nutrients. In fact, all-natural elements can be found in the ocean.
Some of the largest plants found growing in the ocean, kelp, filter these elements out of the ocean’s waters, and concentrate them in its leaves and roots.