THE SOIL

We only have one soil, widely spread over the earth, but irreplaceable. The soil is an ecosystem consisting of soil life which can be divided into vegetable and animal life.

Soil life is full of bacteria, fungi, worms, algae and many more microorganisms. The soil contains all nutrients crops and plants need in order to grow. Without a healthy soil, a healthy food supply will not be possible. For human, animals and nature the soil is of crucial importance

  • How do we keep the soil healthy?

    By focussing on sufficient soil life and organic matter in the soil. When we manage this the soil will keep a loose and airy structure, maintain sufficient organic matter and remain fertile.

  • What is happening in the soil?

    It is teeming with soil life, which together ensures the releases and conversion of nutrients. Soil life balances structure and the level of water and oxygen in the soil. An example of this is the worms that dig aisles in order for oxygen to penetrate deeper into the soil. Soil life contains organic material and other nutrients that are necessary for plants and crops to grow on and it also protects the same plants and crops against diseases.

The soil contains all nutrients which offers the foundation for crop and plant growth. A richer soil starts with the organic fertilizers of Komeco!

THE SOIL

We only have one soil, widely spread over the earth, but irreplaceable. The soil is an ecosystem consisting of soil life which can be divided into vegetable and animal life.

Soil life is full of bacteria, fungi, worms, algae and many more microorganisms. The soil contains all nutrients crops and plants need in order to grow. Without a healthy soil, a healthy food supply will not be possible. For human, animals and nature the soil is of crucial importance

  • How do we keep the soil healthy?

    By focussing on sufficient soil life and organic matter in the soil. When we manage this the soil will keep a loose and airy structure, maintain sufficient organic matter and remain fertile.

  • What is happening in the soil?

    It is teeming with soil life, which together ensures the releases and conversion of nutrients. Soil life balances structure and the level of water and oxygen in the soil. An example of this is the worms that dig aisles in order for oxygen to penetrate deeper into the soil. Soil life contains organic material and other nutrients that are necessary for plants and crops to grow on and it also protects the same plants and crops against diseases.

The soil contains all nutrients which offers the foundation for crop and plant growth. A richer soil starts with the organic fertilizers of Komeco!

When is a soil healthy?

If organic material and organic matter remain at the same level. It cannot be measured in number, because there are many different types of soil, but a soil must receive organic material, organic matter and trace elements in order for soil life to persist.

The crops and plants that grow on a soil need nutrients from the soil in order to grow. To prevent one-way traffic it is important to supply the soil of organic matter and nutrients regularly with organic fertilizers. There are different types of soil nutrition.

The soil contains all nutrients which offers the foundation for crop and plant growth. A richer soil starts with the organic fertilizers of Komeco!

When is a soil healthy?

If organic material and organic matter remain at the same level. It cannot be measured in number, because there are many different types of soil, but a soil must receive organic material, organic matter and trace elements in order for soil life to persist.

The crops and plants that grow on a soil need nutrients from the soil in order to grow. To prevent one-way traffic it is important to supply the soil of organic matter and nutrients regularly with organic fertilizers. There are different types of soil nutrition.

  • A richer soil starts with Komeco
  • A richer soil starts with Komeco