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RESILIENCE

HIGH SOIL AGGREGATION EXPLAINED

The soil structure has high mycorrhizal fungi colonization. There are small strands sticking to the soil creating  glue which in turn  forms the soil aggregation and the soil sponge .

 

  •    High soil aggregation

  •    Low soil pressure

  •    Low bulk density

  •    High organic matter notice the soil glue sticking the soil together and creating Cathedrals, big air spaces

  •    High rooting depth

  •    Strong soil sponge

  •    Very low water shedding

  •    High nutrient recycling and carbon sequestration

  •    High water holding capacity

  •    Recharging aquafers

  •    The longevity of green growth

  •    High biological activity

  •    This soil has a Quorum

LOW SOIL AGGREGATION EXPLAINED

This soil has lost a large amount of organic carbon and is in danger of total collapse.

  •     This soil has low soil aggregation

  •     High soil pressure

  •     High bulk density

  •     Low organic matter

  •     Low soil aeration

  •     Poor rooting depth

  •     Little soil sponge

  •     High water shedding

  •     Poor water infiltration

  •     Poor nutrient recycling.

  •     Low biological activity

  •     This soil has no Quorum

Resilience

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