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5 Effective ways to Enrich soil

1. Compost

Turn your kitchen waste, leaves, grass clippings, and so forth into a fabulous soil change with almost no effort. Manure includes the two supplements and natural issue to the soil, and it additionally assists with water maintenance. You can buy it or, make your own. Full decomposed compost have well-developed microbes and nutrients.

Giving worms something to do is another regular way you can enhance plant soil. There are a couple of various approaches to get this going:

Add them to your manure heap to help speed deterioration and add considerably more supplements to your fertilizer.

Develop/cultivate worms in a different fertilizer container and spare their worm castings. Add worms specifically to your poor soil. Give them some manure and mulch, and the worms will help circulate air through your soil and put their castings straightforwardly into the troublesome territory. Its termed as vermicompost.


2. Manure(FYM)

It is called as 'dark gold'. It's an excellent, wonderful thing. Adding manure to soil gives supplements, assembles natural issue, and includes microbial activity. Fresh manure can be excessively hot for plants, so it's best to utilize treated the soil or matured compost. In the event that you are utilizing fresh manure, simply make sure to give more time to planting.

Chicken Manure: Highest in nitrogen, Certainly let it sit a long time before applying.

Dairy animals Manure: An extraordinary generally useful compost that doesn't consume plants as effortlessly, because of a lower nitrogen content and more weed seeds.

Goat/Sheep Manure: A drier compost that is less rank and delicate to plants (won't consume as effectively). The little pellets make it simple to apply, as well. Simply snatch a portion of the pellets and spread. They will crumble gradually after some time and discharge their supplements into the dirt as they separate.

If you are utilizing dairy cattle, goat, or sheep compost, make certain to ONLY utilize excrement from creatures who have NOT been nibbling or eating roughage from fields splashed with herbicides. There are a few sorts of herbicides that can survive a creature gastrointestinal tract and get through the fertilizer to wreak destruction on your patio nurseries.
3. Mulch

Mulching maintains steady temperature called as microclimate which plants love to grow rigorously...

Mulching is need bcoz it conserves moisture, provides microclimate and good for soil microbes.But dry straw/leaf mulch was attacked by termites.

We can also improve the soil by making the dead mulch decompose faster by sprinkling (cow dung + cow urine) mixture whenever there is heavy dead mulch available.


4. Cover Crops

Cover crops are an incredible approach to cure soil issues with insignificant work. Not exclusively can cover crops give supplements to the soil, they can likewise enhance both seepage and air circulation, cover undesirable weeds, advantageous to soil creatures. The negative side of cover crops is waiting time. 


5. Common Amendments followed in organic methods

For low nitrogen: include algae, blood meal, or vegetable cover crops

For low phosphorus: include rock phosphate or bone powder.

For low potassium: include wood ash and manure rich in potash (like banana, papaya peels)

For low calcium: include lime or shells powder.

For low magnesium: include epsom salts.

Those are very costly to collect and spread in fields.

Relative comparison of all methods.


  • Weeds :

               Compost can't suppress weeds
               Mulch, green manure suppress weeds

  • Nutrients:

               Compost gives immediate strength to soil
          Green manure will release slowly bcoz they decompose. Delivers Stable strength throughout crop
            Mulch needs additional liquid manures like cow urine and release nutrients very late

  • Microbes:

               Compost releases quickly and dries up quickly.
               Green manure until every matter decomposes completely into the soil.
               Mulch is stable and lost long in giving shelter to microbes.

  • Seasons :

             Mulch is good in dry seasons like summer
             Compost difficult to make in the rainy season.
             Green manure in any season. In summer it requires little water.

Conclusion:
If we need quick result use compost. But costly process.
If you have time use green manure, effective
If u have patience use mulch.

All methods give same results and all are great.

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