Utilize soil-based covers
The mulch, the crop residues, and other plants can be used to cover the soil. This will help to keep weeds out and also helps retain moisture. Also, it keeps your soil cool.
Keep Living Roots alive in the soil
Perennial plants are a great means to make sure that your roots stay healthy throughout the year.
This aggregates aid in the development of crumbly-structured soils.
4. Organic Growing
Organic farming can be a great option for small farmers. Farmers and consumers alike have witnessed the lasting effects of farming using chemical fertilizers. The cost of organic farming is high when it comes to inorganic fertilizer purchase. Also, it may have a negative effect on soil acidity which reduces the growth of soil microbes.
Also, food products grown organically using chemicalslike organic chemical fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, poses risks to health for the consumers.
Pesticides, for instance, can result in chronic short-term symptoms like nausea and dizziness as well as blindness, eye itching, blisters blindness, blindness nausea, and dizziness.
Pesticides have also been connected with birth defects, ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease as well as cancer. The nervous system is affected, reproductive system and endocrine systems.
In addition, fertilizers made of inorganic substances are harmful to human health since they have both direct and indirect toxic effects associated with the loss of nutrient density within plants. Health issues like these could lead to complications such as non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis , diabetes mellitus and others. Nitrosamine is made as a result of chemical reactions between protein and nitrates which alter the DNA. This results in the activation of proinflammatory cytokines lipi