Agrochemical soil analysis of the greenhouse
One of the main factors affecting the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of farmed products, a greenhouse soil. The high quality of the root environment - a prerequisite for the harvest. If there is reason to believe that the soil in the greenhouse is bad, we need to understand that it is not in order, and make the necessary arrangements.
Often there is a tendency of uneven development of plants or seedlings. Perhaps the reason - in the heavy ground. Stagnant water is harmful to plants. It displaces the air and oxygen deficiency, not only depresses breathing and hinders the growth of the root system, but makes it easy prey for fungi and bacteria, parasites. Drainage needs to excess moisture can drain away unhindered. Adding builders (compost, humus, sawdust, straw, grass clippings, sand, humus, husk, perlite, vermiculite and other materials) will improve the flow of air to the roots. Perhaps the reason is elementary fasting plants. To understand this issue, you must make a complete chemical analysis of soils, samples selected in accordance with the recommendations for the selection of independent greenhouse soil sample.