Definition of Soil Amendment

Definition of Soil Amendment

Farming removes minerals and nutrients from the soil. Amending soil balances its chemistry and improves its physical properties (water retention, drainage, permeability, water infiltration, aeration + structure) so plants and animals can derive the greatest nutritional benefits.

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