Soil Logic Drought Defense – 32 ounce (quart) bottle

Soil Logic Drought Defense - 32 ounce (quart) bottle

Soil Logic Drought Defense – 32 ounce (quart) bottle For moisture management of lawns, plants, trees and orchards, this amazing product reduces the amount of water needed to irrigate with monthly applications. Easy to apply – just spray, water in, and go! This 32 ounce bottle treats up to 4,000 square feet, and is best used as a refill with our Ready-To-Spray (RTS) hose end nozzle product.

The soil improver is a substance that is produced from organic or inorganic matter. When the conditioner is absorbed and mixed with the garden soil, it improves the properties of the soil and adds slow nutrients. It is often used for various horticulture projects. Seeds of weeds are eliminated with this naturally composted material. In the course of time the soil tends to be compacted, which is bad for plants. Densified soil can adversely affect root growth and reduce plants’ ability to absorb nutrients and water. Soil improvers can add more loft and texture to keep the soil loose. Soil improver can occur in many forms, such as cow manure, peat moss, EM 1 and organic compost to name just a few. They can be applied in your garden in various ways. Some conditioners are applied after planting, while others can be processed and grown on the ground before planting begins.

Adding a soil conditioner to your garden helps to improve fluid retention. This makes water easily accessible to the roots of all your plants. Corse soil does not hold the water well. The conditioner helps to bind the soil particles in porous granules. This allows air and water to move through the ground. Since then, the organic matter in the soil conditioner retains moisture, it can more easily absorb and store nutrients. It increases the retention of nutrients by collecting the nutrients that escape from the roots, especially in sandy soils. Organic matter is food for microorganisms and other life forms that are found in the soil.