Organic farming and compacted soil

After many people learn about the water cycle conditions they think of water as a renewable resource. They think that even wasted water will eventually evaporate and come back in the form of precipitation. In reality, our environment is far different and the conservation of fresh water is one of the most important issues facing the planet. Climate instability and human intervention has made clean waters a scarcity in many parts of the world. Conserving fresh water in agriculture is vital. Conserving water is one of the main points of organic farming. Organic farming is against compacted soil and keeps the earth healthy for composting and other methods. A lot of larger farms use large machinery which makes their business more efficient. Nonetheless, these large machines compact the soil and make it difficult for water to move freely. Without free flowing water the plants will not be able to survive. If soil is compacted for too long the field will not be able to support plants. Produce thrives in healthy loose soil that is full of nutrients. Composting is the process of naturally improving the soil and adding nutrients with it with old food waste. The old food waste is separated with EM-1 and made into a liquid fertilizer. This liquid fertilizer may then be spread throughout the garden to improve the soil quality. If you are struggling with your garden and don’t want to add tons of pesticides to it, try composting. Composting is an all-natural process that will improve ones soil.

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