There are many types of soil each can have their issues but one of the most difficult soils is clay soil. It is hard by nature and restricts plant growth. It resists air, water, and root penetration which means it also restricts the production of rich soil humus because of the inability for organic matter to penetrate the soil to enrich it.
Soil Treatment for Clay Soil
Soil treatment is essential when trying to break up hard ground, clay and other dense soils. Amending soil is an important component in achieving a successful garden, beautiful lawn and agricultural productivity in clay soil. Many people have tried fertilizers and other chemicals to help promote health and growth of their plants without getting any improvement in their results. Because of the tendency for runoff with hard clay soil, fertilizer pollution can increase in areas with clay soils.
A Better Soil Amendment
ClayMend is a better soil amendment that helps gives life back to your soil. Your plants require nutrients to thrive but can be bound up in the soil. ClayMend helps free nutrients for better absorption. It works to restructure the soil to a more granular texture, which will allow water and air movement throughout making nutrients more accessible. Over time the soil becomes softer and easier to till.
ClayMend conditions your soil to help improve work-ability, texture, pH balance, and increase the efficiency of your fertilizer. Amending soil is an important process to repair dense soil in order to allow for water and air movement giving roots the ability to move freely. Clay particles are packed together so tightly that they leave little room for water to penetrate.
ClayMend is designed to give you superior results in helping you restructure your soil to produce fertile healthy soil. It is a liquid amendment that is easy to apply that gives back the the environment in the soil. You can apply it in gardens prior to planting or in lawns, around trees and other existing plants.