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Open Field

In open field vegetable cultivation it is important that the quality of the soil in which plants root is in top condition. Good horticultural soil needs more than just nitrogen, phosphates and potassium in its fertilization. Intensive use of the soil in horticulture accelerates a breakdown of organic material. This decreases the machinability and soil structure.  The organic material needs to remain at the same level to keep the soil in good  condition. Organic material retains nutrients and water, and improves soil structure.

For long term soil fertility it is necessary that organic material is added to the soil. Due to restrictive laws regarding manure, it is best to use material which contains as little nitrogen and phosphates as possible but at the same time contains much stable organic material. Compost possesses the ideal characteristics for such material.

Proper application of compost brings your soil back in shape.

Comgoed Compost advises in the area of soil improvement using different kinds of compost. Comgoed Compost delivers  compost to measure. All of our products have the required certificates and analysis reports.