|Good planting media|
The planting medium has a very important role, namely to support the plant, providing nutrients and provide a venue for the roots to grow and grow.
Here's how to make a good planting soil/media for organic gardening:
- The Soil should be in a State of loose, never too crowded so the plant roots can grow freely. The root is the major part of the plant that serves to absorb the nutrient elements that are used to grow and expand, so do the root growth to be stunted by the media that is too dense.
- Make sure the planting medium can save water while having a good aeration and drainage so that the water is not pooled or too humid and cause plant organic fruits or vegetables you sow death.
- The planting Medium should be clear of pests diseases that could cause difficulty growing crops or even die.
- Make sure the soil or media containing organic plant nutrient that is sufficient and balanced for plant growth. Nutrient elements on the ground can be obtained from organic fertilizers, compost, manure or from naturally occurring microorganisms as well as the activities we make on its own.