In our X years of working in the agriculture sector, we have seen numerous farmers use low-quality soil to grow crops. This leads to low-quality crops that do not sell well in the market.
It’s a downward spiral from here.
The quality of your soil determines the health, yield, and profit on sales for the harvest season.
If you’re struggling with the same issue, then keep reading, because we bring to you 6 ideal measures you should take to improve the quality of your farmland soil.
1 Soil Testing
2 Adjusting the Soil
3 Crop Rotation
4 Water Management
5 Covered Cropping
6 Managing Crop Residue
The diverse topography of India is the primary reason behind the variety of soil found in the country. It changes the culture and foods of a place.
Soil management will change based on your location, soil type, and climate in the area.
That said, the overall measures you take you maintain the quality of your soil thus improving the profitability, will remain similar.
For specific information on soil quality management, you can reach out to our experts at MahakalAgro.