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A soil management is any material added to a soil to improve its physical properties, such as water retention, permeability, water infiltration, drainage, aeration and structure. The goal is to provide a better environment for roots.
Organic Technology focussed its research on the importance of Humic Acid in soils and has accumulated and documented large amounts of data regarding its use in arid soils.
In addition to its regular products, Organic Technology provides a range of tailored solutions for different environments.
Custom Blended Humates
Custom Blended Humates are an acid-rich carbonaceous shale, claystone or weathered coal. It is a natural organic compost which is continually being recycled back into the soil.
As a supplement, Custom Blended Humates are ideal for crop rotation practices, whilst the enzyme inoculation stimulates bio activity in the soil.
Benefits of Humates
Water management, Our water retention material, "Aqua-Feed", has some remarkable properties.
Aqua-Feed, the basic product for
sandy - loam soils, and Aqua-Feed, the calcined product for sandy-clay soils, has the ability to drastically reduce the percolation in soils.
Turf Management, The application of methods and practices in order to promote quality turf grass on golf courses, sports fields, parks and lawns both public and private.
Any bulk material incorporated into the soil. Such materials are usually intended to improve structure, drainage or aeration, but they may also contain nutrients.
Soil conditioners, also called soil amendments, are materials added to soil to improve plant growth and health. The type of conditioner added depends on the current soil composition, climate and the type of plant. Some soils lack nutrients necessary for proper plant growth and others hold too much or too little water. A conditioner or a combination of conditioners corrects the soil's deficiencies. Lime is used to make soil less acidic. Fertilizers, such as peat, manure, anaerobic digestate or compost, add depleted plant nutrients. Materials such as clay, vermiculite, hydrogel and shredded bark will make soil hold more water. Gypsum releases nutrients and improves soil structure. Sometimes a soil inoculant is added for legumes.
However, clay may hold more water but it is also electromagnetically charged. This means clay molecules tend to attract water molecules like a magnet. This magnetic bond is difficult for roots to break. Thus while clay soils may contain more water, it may not be useful to the plant and may cause the roots to rot if there is too much.
With the kind co-operation of the Agricultue & Landscaping Department, we were allocated a 200sq m site on Abu Dhabi Corniche. Our site was next to a road, exposed to high winds and on the end of an irrigation watering supply. Perfect!