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How to make porous soil to help your garden plants sprout

How to make standard porous soil

Mold is probably the first and most important thing that comes to mind when we want to start cultivating a certain type of plant. From the time of our ancestors, we have greatly appreciated the improvement of the soil, how to make the soil full of nutrients, fertile and porous. The success or failure of farming, farming probably comes from this. So, how to help the soil to be porous, so that plants can thrive and grow better?

Why make the soil porous?

We all know, soil is the living medium and it is the soil that is responsible for providing nutrients to help plants grow. If you want to plant a tree, you must have soil, the soil is like a precious friend accompanying a tree from the day it was a tiny sprout until it became an adult and brought fragrant flowers and sweet fruits. However, no matter how porous the soil is, after many seasons of cultivation, the soil will be eroded, degraded and depleted of nutrients.

Why is it important to improve the soil after each crop?

Not only that, a few individuals, putting economic benefits first, have directly put too many chemicals into the inherently fertile and porous soil. That is why in the following seasons, the soil becomes degraded and dry quickly, directly affecting the environment and crop quality.

So how to make the soil porous?

To make the soil porous, it is not impossible that there are many other ways. Depending on the type of soil and the needs of use, the way to improve the land is also followed to meet the best. However, our today’s article focuses on the following 3 ways to make porous soil.

How to make porous soil with organic clean manure

Organic clean manure

For degraded soils, the best way to make soil porous, fertile and improve the amount of nutrients in the soil is to add organic clean fertilizers. This improves the texture, aeration, enhances beneficial microorganisms for the soil and thanks to that, the porous soil is no longer a headache for farmers.

Use type organic clean manure priming or combined with microbial composting, NPK fertilizers to achieve the earliest effect.

How to make porous soil with bio-fertilizer

Microbial manure True to its name, it provides a source of beneficial microorganisms for the soil. To improve and restore the soil, to help the soil to be porous and fertile, this type of fertilizer should be used.

Microbial manure

Using bio-fertilizers for soil helps to regenerate the structure of the soil, increases fertility and thereby improves the soil. This type of fertilizer is appreciated because it does not cause side effects, extremely benign for the soil and plants.

How to make porous soil with vermicompost

Worm manure made from ingredients that are easy to find, inexpensive and surprisingly effective in making porous soil.

How to make vermicompost

  1. Get a styrofoam box with a lid to help prevent rain, wind, mice…
  2. Take advantage of organic waste including: rice water + leftover rice soup residue, vegetable stems such as water spinach, spinach, fruit peels such as bananas, watermelons… + bean pods when making bean sprouts + bean residues when making soy milk.
  3. Buy vermicompost ready, conduct a little filtering to get worms. The wet bottom of the pot is easy to catch worms down there because the worms love moisture.
  4. For every layer of wet soil, a layer of organic waste is added.
Worm manure

The effectiveness of using vermicompost to improve soil

  • Provides nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium that the soil cannot absorb after harvest.
  • Add valuable nutrients and help eliminate pathogens in the soil.
  • Keeps the soil moist, making the soil more airy and porous.

We have just learned how to make loose soil with only 3 easy and effective methods. To start a new crop, do not forget to improve the soil to remove old remnants, as well as create an absolute stepping stone to help plants grow and produce better quality products. Finally, good luck!

See more: Acidic soil can also squeeze out billions if you know how

Emilia Chaney
Emilia Chaneyhttps://agrisearch.net
My name is Emilia Chaney. I'm a social girl from Romania with a big smile and 3 passions: Agriculture, Travel and Social Media. I try to make this blog practical, full of great advice and inspiring ideas.

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