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What is soil structure and why is it important?

Soil structure is the arrangement of soil particles (sand, silt, clay and organic matter) into granules, crumbs or blocks. It is the shape that the soil takes based on its physical, chemical and biological properties.

A good soil structure is important to allow air and water into the soil which are vital for healthy plant growth. It will improve drainage and also reduce soil erosion caused by excess surface run-off. Without structure, soils will suffer from Waterlogging and nutrient lock-up and, ultimately, plants will die!

What is soil texture and why it is important?

Soil texture is an important soil characteristic that influences Stormwater infiltration rates. The textural class of a soil is determined by the percentage of sand, silt, and clay. Soils can be classified as one of four major textural classes: (1) sands; (2) silts; (3) loams; and (4) clays.

What are the benefits of using organic fertilizer for your soil?

In addition to releasing nutrients, as organic fertilizers break down, they improve the structure of the soil and increase its ability to hold water and nutrients. Over time, organic fertilizers will make your soil–and plants–healthy and strong.

How does organic fertilizer affect plant growth?

Organic fertilizer affects plant growth by supplementing plant nutrients, which allows plants to grow faster and thicker. However, this applies only if the soil is deficient in nutrients. Fertilizer does not compensate for other growth-inhibiting factors such as lack of water, poor soil preparation and weeds.

Well-structured soils, as in the image above, are usually crumbly and friable and have plenty of pore space to allow water and air movement and healthy root development.

Advantages of using our soil care organic fertilizers?

  • In addition to releasing nutrients, as organic fertilizers break down, they improve the structure of the soil and increase its ability to hold water and nutrients. Over time, organic fertilizers will make your soil and plants healthy and strong also.
  • Since they are the ultimate slow-release fertilizers, it’s very difficult to over fertilize (and harm) your plants.
  • There’s little to no risk of toxic buildups of chemicals and salts that can be deadly to plants.
  • Finally, our soil care organic fertilizers are renewable, biodegradable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly.

Water soluble fertilizer

What is water soluble fertilizer and its significance ?

Water soluble fertilizers are fertilizers that can be dissolved in water and added or leached out of the soil easily. With water soluble fertilizers it is also easy to control the precise amount of nutrients available to your plants. Application  of water soluble fertilizer is the easiest way to constantly supply your plants with nutrients that they are readily able to absorb, thereby, boosting growth. It is also the easiest fertilizer to apply for the beginning or the professional gardener and is, therefore, the most widely used. So try it with your plants and see what amazing results you too can yield with the proper usage of water soluble fertilizers.


We are the Diggers of the Dirt and Keepers of the Plant

Our mission is to make the most actionable plant food ever. Saosis is a progressive company with a rich history in manufacturing organic products. At Saosis we believe increase in soil fertility builds better crop. Our products are Complete, Balanced diet and also Simple to use. To know more about us click here.

Why plants need fertilizers ?

All nutrients essential to plant growth are either present in the soil or are floating in the air, so what is the point of giving fertilizer to a plant? The point is that not all plants can access those micro and macro nutrients found in the soil or in the air. Each soil type is different and has its own mix of nutritional ingredients, so before considering what fertilizers your plant require we need to consider the soil mixture in which your plant is growing.

Activities like intensive farming, construction, and traffic can alter soil chemistry and structure, limiting the nutrients that plants can use. In some cases, the nutrients aren’t naturally there to begin with or have been leached out over time. For these reasons, we, the diggers of the dirt and keepers of the garden, must replenish, replace, or help release those elements that are beyond the reach of our plants.