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Soil Conditioner Granules

Arihant Group’s Soil Conditioner Granules is one of the most widely sought products over almost a decade. Superior quality deliverance for years has made it one of the widely selling products of ours. A blend of materials that help in making the necessary adjustments or additions to the soil in order to help eradicate the effects of excessive synthetic fertilizers and depleting Soil health, these granules not only recover the lost quality of soil but also help maintain it for a longer run.

Bad soil can restrict the water and nutrient uptake of plants, as well as restrict the root development causing plants to yellow, wilt, dry up, be stunted and even die. Fortunately, poor soils can be amended with soil conditioners.

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What’s in Soil Conditioner?

Soil conditioners are soil amendments that improve the soil structure by increasing aeration, water holding capacity, and nutrients. They loosen up compacted, hard pan and clay soils and release locked up nutrients. Soil conditioners can also raise or lower pH levels depending on what they are made of.

Good soil for plants usually consists of 50% organic or inorganic material, 25% air space and 25% water space. Clay, hard pan and compacted soils lack the necessary space for air and water. Beneficial microorganisms make up a portion of the organic matter in good soil. Without proper air and water, many microorganisms can’t survive.

Soil conditioners can be organic or inorganic, or a combination of synthetic and natural matter. Arihant Soil Conditioner granules are an effective amalgamation of the two bringing the benefits of organic elements, while enriching the soil health at the same time.

How to Use Arihant Group Soil Conditioner in your Farm?

You may be wondering what’s the difference between soil conditioner vs. fertilizer. After all, fertilizer also adds nutrients.

It is true that fertilizer can add nutrients to soil and plants, but in clay, compacted or hardpan soils, these nutrients can become locked up and unavailable to the plants. Fertilizer does not change the soil structure, so in poor quality soil they may help treat the symptoms but they may also be a total waste of money when the plants can’t use the nutrients they add. The best course of action is to amend the soil first, then start a fertilizing regime.

Before using soil conditioner in Agriculture, it is recommended that you get a soil test so that you know what conditions you are trying to correct. Different soil conditioners do different things for different soil types.