How do you charge your soil?

How to Charge Soil on Metal Raised Garden Beds? This can be done by doing some simple procedures, or you can combine them.

1. Add aging fertilizer

Manure from cows, goats, rabbits, horses and chickens is rich in nutrients and can complement metal raised garden beds. Aged fertilizer can be purchased in bags, and unlike fresh fertilizer, it has no pungent odor. Just spread a thin layer of fertilizer over the garden bed.

2. Add compost

Gardeners who do a lot of gardening know that using compost can power the soil in a metal raised garden bed. You don't have to dig to add compost, just put it in the soil. The finished compost slowly decomposes over time and seeps into the soil as good nutrients.

3. Plant cover crops

Considering the idea of ​​planting cover crops is one of the best ways to protect and complement a traditional garden. It can also be used to power and protect metal raised garden beds. Some of the benefits of supplemental coverings include:

·Reduce water loss

protect soil from weeds and erosion

· A thick layer of mulch over the soil helps regulate soil moisture and temperature

· Easy transition to winter

· Buffer Hard Cream

· Expand crops

Fresh organic matter that eventually decomposes and melts into the soil

Dig the roots of cover crops deep and open all air passages to break down hard soil. At the top, leaves protect against soil erosion, weed seeds and weeds. Trimmed cover crops can be put back into the soil, allowed to grow, cut and planted again. Continue to charge the soil in the metal raised garden bed.