What is rotten leaf soil

Introduction to Rotten Earth

Rotten leaf soil, also known as humus soil, is a nutritional soil formed by plant branches and leaves in the soil.


Pure rotten leaf soil is formed by the role of fungal decomposition and fermentation, so the fiber content is high. Rotten leaf soil can be used for specific trees and shrubs as roots, or mixed into the garden soil because it can activate the microorganisms required for the healthy growth of the plant.



The first is that the rotten leaf soil is relaxed, and the permeable ventilation can be good;

Second, rotten leaf soil has strong water and fertilizer, and has a long continuous fertility;

The third is the porosity of the corruption leaf soil. For long -term application, it is not absorbed by plants;

The fourth is mixed with corruption soil with other soil, which can improve the soil and improve the soil fertility;

Fifth, rotten leaf soil is rich in organic matter, humus acid and a small amount of vitamins, growth, trace elements, etc., which can promote plant growth and development;

Sixth, the high temperature in the full fermentation of rotten soil can eliminate harmful bacteria to a certain extent, and there is no smell.


The first is that the rotten soil is easy to control the roots of the plant because of poor water control;

The second is that there are bacteria in the rotten soil directly taken, and it is best to disinfect it before use.

Applicable plants of rotten leaf soil

The loose and unyielding corrupt leaf soil can make the plants grow better. Family flowers such as spider orchids, green dills, tigerpilan can be used as raising soil. Some flowers can be cultivated directly with rotten soil, such as orchids and rhododendrons. Rotten leaf soil can effectively improve the germination rate and accelerate the growth and development of seedlings. It is the ideal cultivation of flower cultivation.

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