Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Sustainable Organic Vegetable Gardening With Organic Matter

 Sustainable Organic Vegetable Gardening With Organic Matter
Sustainable Organic Vegetable Gardening With Organic Matter
Sustainable organic botanical gardens could happen only if people know how to use and preparation of organic material.

This is because it improves the soil and prevents them from compression and scaling. It increases water holding capacity so that the ventilation of earthworms and other organisms in the soil and they slow down the continued erosion in the later stages of decay as the organic matter capable of releasing nitrogen and other nutrients that help crops grow.

This old technique but are now comes back to the traditional method of using synthetic materials such as fertilizers and pesticides has destroyed and soil organic matter depletion or where this cannot be used for replanting.

Even where we get these organic? Believe it or not, is better than organic materials from animal manure. The fresher the better because you can apply this directly to the soil, but this should be done in autumn and plowed down to give it adequate enough time and collapse before the start of the season release ammonia.

If you don't have access to fresh animal manure, you can use the dried version sold in nurseries and garden stores.

For those who do not use manure, compost can be used instead. This can be made of grass clippings, leaves, food scraps and other plant material. It's cheap but very low nutrient content.

There is another type of green manure fertilizer known as you do not use any animal waste here but instead cover crop in your garden, then plowing until you add organic matter to the soil. The best way to maximize this you should not use the park for one season.

You can also seed green manure in autumn and then run under with plow or tiller in early spring. In this way, you can usually use your garden at the same time building soil.

Annual ryegrass is a good example of green fertilization and cover. This workbook provided should be 1 to 2 per 1000 square feet. If this is not available, you can use the seeds of barley or wheat and his feet 3 to 4 per 1000 square feet. This helps prevent weeds, in order to be effective, and wait at least 2 weeks prior to the start of cultivation.

Sewage sludge is also a good source of organic matter. There are two types of dried sludge and sludge digestion.

First quality is relatively low. It contains from 1 to 3 percent nitrogen and should not be applied during the autumn. But you have to be careful when using it because they sometimes contain metal ions that are not good to use in the Botanic Gardens.

Been separated from the coarse solids is the second of dried sludge and inoculated with micro-organisms and foam. This is better than another because it is filtered and dried in ovens and screened. It contains 5 to 6 percent nitrogen and can be 5 to 7 pounds and covers an area of 100 square feet.

Note that the two types differ from sewage. That being said, never use it for any garden soil.

Sustainable organic botanical gardens can occur only with organic substances. Now that you know this, choose from manure or compost or sludge.
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