Soil Enhancement Articles

  • Organic fertilizer granulating production line

    Organic fertilizer granulating production lineOrganic fertilizers can provide nutrition for crops, promote soil microbial reproduction, improve soil ...

  • Flat die organic fertilizer granulator production line

    Flat die organic fertilizer granulator production line Organic fertilizer is rich in organic matter and nutrients. It can not only directly provide nutrients for crops, but also activate potential nutrients in soil, enhance microbial activity and promote material transformation. The application of organic fertilizer can also improve soil physical and chemical properties, improve soil fertility ...

  • Powdery organic fertilizer production line

    Powdery organic fertilizer production line Organic fertilizer Organic fertilizer has comprehensive nutrients, long-lasting fertilizer effect, wide source, great potential, low cost, and the function of improving soil. It can not be replaced by inorganic fertilizer. Organic fertilizer ...

  • Perfect Guide You Need For Growing Best Kratom Trees

    Kratom is a name for the result of the tree Mitragyna speciosa, which is locally available in Southeast Asia. It is mostly found in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Borneo. It's herbal name is Mitragyna speciosa. Kratom is in an indistinguishable family from the Rubiaceae. The leaves of Kratom have been utilized as an herbal medication from ancient time by native people of Southeast Asia. ...


    By Enviro Frontier

  • Are Conventional Farmers Becoming Interested in Organic Practices?

    Despite the fact that farming is one of the most important human activities that brings food to our tables, it contributes significantly to global pollution. Unsustainable farm practices result in the loss of biodiversity, climate changes, erosion, and the pollution of soil and water. However, when managed in a sustainable way, farming can be a source of solutions for future demands. Organic ...


    By Agrivi Ltd

  • Ancient Trick for Soil Improvement

    Today, when every farmer is facing a battle of food production for a growing population, crop production has become much more intensive. These farm practices, which usually include monoculture, harm soil nutrient composition and deplete this valuable natural resource. Using the same crop on the same field keeps draining the soil of essential nutrients. Monoculture combined with intensive farm ...


    By Agrivi Ltd

  • Five Ways to Manage the Soil for Planting

    The soil, as the primary resource for food production and the most important tool for every farmer, is crucial for farming. Successful farming begins with the quality soil, which provides water and essential nutrients to the crops. Rich and healthy soil, combined with the appropriate amount of water and sunlight can significantly contribute to global food production. Proper soil management ...


    By Agrivi Ltd

  • GWT- Agro-Z nutrient soil medium enhancer - Case Study

    Genesis Water Technologies case study for GWT Agro-Z specialized natural soil enhancement medium. This case study document shows the differences between vegetables grown with GWT Agro-Z zeolite soil medium and vegetables grown without this medium. Trials of seedling plants grown with the GWT Agro-Z medium have shown improvements in primary root development. Studies have resulted in better ...

  • GWT- Agro-Z media enhanced plant growth and reduces fertilizer usage in Nursery - Case Study

    This case outlines the benefits and advantages of using GWT series Agro-Z medium in an agriculture plant nursery application. This particular large nursery was challenged with brackish water and salty soil. The plant growing operations were suffering due to lack of plant growth.  Genesis Water Technologies, experienced in agriculture water treatment solutions provided both a water treatment ...

  • Reduced mobility of fomesafen through enhanced adsorption in biochar‐amended soil

    The residual soil material resulting from biomass thermochemical transformation during carbon separation, known as biochar, has been introduced as a soil amendment because of its numerous environmental benefits, including uses for contaminated land management. Adsorption and leaching of fomesafen in soils amended with 3 different rates of rice hull biochar (0.5%, 1%, and 2% w/w) under ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Success Story Hof Trumann, Germany - Case Study

    The family business Hof Trumann has installed a Halo for the sorting of unwashed, brushed potatoes. Since the installation of this equipment there was an increase in efficiency, turnover and quality of the end product. “Before the installation of the machine, our potatoes were sorted manually,” says Bernd Trumann, General Manager of Hof Trumann. “Contrary to manual labour, a ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH

  • Thought for food

    How on Earth are we going to figure out how to feed the 9.5 billion people who will be inhabiting this planet by 2050? Perhaps by looking to the ultimate problem-solver — nature. On Jan. 19, the ...


    By Ensia

  • Rotary batch blender mixes biological products that boost farm crops

    Agriculture has never been more challenging and fertility efficiency tools, such as inoculants, more important. Modern farmers rely on technology and production practices to significantly increase the yield of their food crops. Biological products like inoculants are a vital part of that strategy. Novozymes Biologicals is an industry leader in developing and manufacturing inoculants, which are a ...

  • CHROMIUM RESISTANCE OF DANDELION (TARAXACUM PLATYPECIDUM DIELS.) AND BERMUDAGRASS (CYNODON DACTYLON (LINN.) PERS.) IS ENHANCED BY ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZA IN CR(VI) CONTAMINATED SOILS

    In a greenhouse pot experiment, dandelion (Taraxacum platypecidum Diels.) and bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon (Linn.) Pers.), inoculated with/without arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus (AMF) Rhizophagus irregularis, were grown in chromium (Cr) amended soils (0, 5, 10, 20 mg/kg Cr(VI)) to test whether AM symbiosis can improve Cr tolerance of different plant species. The experimental results indicated ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Vermicompost as soil supplement to enhance growth, yield and quality of Triticum aestivum L.: a field study

    Vermicompost (VC) made from cattle dung as raw material was used as soil supplement in the plots of size 4.5 x 4.5 m. Five treatments were given viz. Soil (control), VC@5 t/ha, VC@10 t/ha, VC@20 t/ha and NPK (recommended by PAU, Ludhiana) in triplicates in a Randomized Block Design (RBD). A total of 50 plants were selected randomly for the assessment of growth and yield of wheat ...

  • The fate of lead at abandoned and active shooting ranges in a boreal pine forest

    Changes in leaching, availability, bioaccumulation, and vertical distribution of lead (Pb) in soil 20 years after the cessation of shooting activity were studied by comparing three pine forest sites in southern Finland: an active shooting range, an abandoned shooting range, and a noncontaminated control site. At both shooting ranges, shooting activity had lasted for 20 years, but it had taken ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Cocoa industrial debris composting in soil and earthworm breeding

    Toasted husk, the main cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) industrialization by-product, was added to pots in different husk doses with 1 kg of topsoil from a cocoa plantation (Umbrisol) and then treated with 5 earthworms (Pontoscolex corethrurus) during 60 days, in a greenhouse experiment. Amendment enhanced (p < 0.5) soil organic matter, water retention, bulk density. Best dose for earthworms ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Control of cereal rye with a roller/crimper as influenced by cover crop phenology

    Adoption of reduced tillage practices have been driven by the need to enhance soil quality, minimize field labor time, and scale up farm size. However, concerns about increased reliance on herbicides and demand for organically grown foods call for adoption of production practices that can reduce both tillage and herbicide use. This research study assessed the influence of planting and termination ...

  • Enhancing phosphorus phytoremedation potential of two warm-season perennial grasses with nitrogen fertilization

    Phytoremediation or use of plants to extract soil nutrients is a practice used to ameliorate the impacts of excessive soil nutrients. Pensacola bahiagrass (Paspalum notatum Flügge) and ‘Floralta’ limpograss [Hemarthria altissima (Poir.) Stapf & Hubb] were grown in a P-impacted Immokalee fine sand (Mehlich-1 P  30 mg P kg–1) to evaluate increasing N levels on dry matter yield (DMY), ...

  • Cocoa industrial debris composting in soil and earthworm breeding

    Toasted husk, the main cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) industrialization by-product, was added to pots in different husk doses with 1 kg of topsoil from a cocoa plantation (Umbrisol) and then treated with 5 earthworms (Pontoscolex corethrurus) during 60 days, in a greenhouse experiment. Amendment enhanced (p < 0.5) soil organic matter, water retention, bulk density. Best dose for earthworms ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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