Organic Gardening. Thursday , April 05th , 2018 - 06:32:02 AM
Potting soil from peat moss is great to boost the growth of indoor plants, but the fast growth will eventually get slower from time to time. The reason is because the soil mix isn’t designed for long-term growth. So, don’t be surprised if after a couple of weeks, your plants’ growth will slow down. That’s because the decomposition levels of peat moss and organic matters happen really fast. As the components get broke down, several bad things will happen. The drainage and air circulation will get obstructed intensely as the particle sizes get smaller as the organic matters start to decompose. This will cause certain unwelcomed objects like salts to get accumulated in the root area of the plants, which further will case severe serious damages on roots.
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