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Types of soil

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When we are standing on the ground, we are really standing on roof-top of other world. Soil might look "dirt" but it is far more interestings; living in the soil or plant roots, bacteria, fungi, actinomycetes, algae, lichens, protozoan, nematodes etc. These exist in great diversity among various microorganisms and even with in a group of microorganisms, dependng on the habitat and environmental factors. Soils are formed from a stew of geological ingredients or parent material (rock and…

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Soil is one of the primary factors in your plants’ development. But can you use moldy potting soil? Here's what you need to know.

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If you need to raise the pH in your soil, this is the product we have that with continued use, can get you into a better range. Make sure you get the right one because we carry another product that looks similar and it lowers pH. The black bag shown in this listing, is designed to raise your pH if it is low. Please look at the photos to be sure you get the right one - we cannot do exchanges if you order the incorrect product. Remember - black bag (this listing) raises pH. Jonathan Green…

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Recognition of the importance of soil organic matter (SOM) in soil health and quality is a major part of fostering a holistic, preventive approach to agricultural management. Students in agronomy, horticulture, and soil science need a textbook that emphasizes strategies for using SOM management in the prevention of chemical, biological, and physical problems. Soil Organic Matter in Sustainable Agriculture gathers key scientific reviews concerning issues that are critical for successful SOM…

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The chicken run at the Greening The Desert Project, Jordan is the “engine of fertility”. Every week it pumps out another cubic meter of compost, and that fee...

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PRICES MAY VARY. HORTICULTURAL CHARCOAL used in terrariums or potted plants acts as moisture absorbers, helping drain excess moisture while conditioning the soil. Activated Charcoal for plants increases the airflow and aeration of the soil, improving its fertility and accelerating plant growth. It also eliminates unpleasant odors that may develop in your terrarium. TERRARIUM SUPPLIES Essential as part of any terrarium kit or design, moisture eliminator Charcoal improves soil drainage when…

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