Introduction to Soil Aeration and Its Importance'
Subsoil Aeration is the term used to describe the loosening of the subsoil structure along with the removal of any compacted layers. To create a more porous and aerated soil in which nutrients along with water can flow. This increase in soil permeability enables fertilisers and nutrients to flow to the root zone, to be taken up more effectively. And also for the roots themselves to grow more vigorously as the resistance becomes less.
One of the essential elements for plant development is soil aeration. However, while farmers frequently fertilise their fields or irrigate them, soil aeration is frequently overlooked and goes neglected. However, the positive benefits of soil aeration on root activity and growth guarantee is healthy plants, and as a result, excellent yields.