Having garden soil with right kind of nutrients is what you want – but having too much of a good thing can be cause for disaster. In this article, we talk about the effects of having high phosphorous and how to lower phosphorous levels in soil.
Phosphorous is one of the 3 key nutrients required for healthy plant growth. Lack of this element can lead to poor plant productivity and severely limit the yield of your crop. In this article, we will explore ways to increase phosphorous in soil to ensure a healthy and happy garden.
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Are your plant leaves looking burnt? Nitrogen heavy soil can be just as detrimental to plants as having lack of nitrogen. In this article, we explore 5 simple ways to help reduce nitrogen in your soil so you can get you garden back to a healthy, balanced level of nutrients.
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If your soil starts to lack the Nitrogen it needs – you will need to add a high nitrogen fertilizer as soon as possible. Since Nitrogen is a core nutrient required for plant growth, ensuring you have the appropriate amount is critical. In this article, we will discuss the effects of a nitrogen deficiency and how to increase nitrogen in soil.
You’ve probably seen fertilizer numbers such as 10-10-10 or the acronym NPK in your local garden store and asked yourself: what is NPK? What do the fertilizer numbers mean? or even how does fertilizer work?