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Why Is Plowing Bad for Soil

Why Is Plowing Bad for Soil?

Conventional agriculture causes soil loss. Tillage disrupts the bacteria, fungi, and animals that make soil naturally fertile and releases carbon stored in soil organic matter into the atmosphere in the form of carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas. It also increases the risk of erosion by displacing fertile farmland toward water bodies. So in this article,…

How Often to Change Plant Soil?

How Often to Change Plant Soil?

As a rule, the potting soil should be changed every two years. This depends on the nature of the soil. For fast-growing plants, it may be necessary to change the soil within a year. However, for slower-growing plants, the soil may not need to be changed for several years. Depending on how quickly the plant…