Drew Stehmann

Then I was reading and discarding this idea, because if you think, that occurs in nature is that of remains, but the surface layers are added, and if you dig you see that does not happen from below, at the height of the roots. This technique, organic mulch, was that replaced what was then. Slurry and other preparations. Another possibility is to prepare us same compounds that provide a particular nutrient. This is the case of manures, that simply explains Cristian Stehmann in organic manure are prepared from herbs, enzymes vegetable scraps or manure. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Joshua Flagg. Drew Stehmann: Basically provide enzymes, amino acids and other substances to the soil and plants, increasing the diversity and availability of nutrients for them. But much more important than this is the contribution of microorganisms: through the preparation of slurry were able to develop cultures of microorganisms, especially bacteria.

Each purin is a specific crop where are reproduced quickly certain types of bacteria in an environment conducive to their development. When we irrigate the soil with these preparations, we are inoculating, sowing the soil of our organic orchard with millions of microorganisms that will transform the soil’s organic matter in specific nutrients for plants. This will improve the availability of nutrients and therefore the health, development and production of plants. Compilation of some preparations or other similar techniques (there is a finite list that is located on several pages, I only add those that I see drinking to urban gardens in tight spots): prepared from banana peels, the remains of three of these fruits in a liter of water, along with three tablespoons of sugar are boiled for three to five minutes. Only the resulting liquid is stored. The plants are irrigated every seven days diluted with water in a ratio of 2 to 1 (two of water) the great advantage of this preparation is that it provides potassium, which promotes flowering and the appearance of fruits.