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2024/6/28 21:49:57


King’s Landing TerraBoost


Soil degradation spreads at an alarming rate, endangering land fertility and productivity, and, by extension, the world's food supply. Global food security, ecosystem health, and sustainable development are all at risk from soil degradation.

 

World Soil Day (WSD) is held annually on 5 December as a means to focus attention on the importance of healthy soil and advocating for the sustainable management of soil resources.

The FAO Conference unanimously endorsed World Soil Day in June 2013 and requested its official adoption at the 68th UN General Assembly. In December 2013 the UN General Assembly responded by designating 5 December 2014 as the first official World Soil Day. 

 

Here, we’d like to retrospect the theme of each World Soil Day,

World Soil Day 2023: Soil and water, a source of life

World Soil Day 2022: Soil, where food begins

World Soil Day 2021: Halt soil salinization, boost soil productivity

World Soil Day 2020: Keep soil alive, protect soil biodiversity

World Soil Day 2019: Stop soil erosion, Save our future

World Soil Day 2018: Be the Solution to Soil Pollution

World Soil Day 2017: Caring for the soils starts from the ground

World Soil Day 2016: Soils & Pulses: Symbiosis for life

World Soil Day 2015: Healthy soils for a healthy life

World Soil Day 2014: Soils, foundation for family farming

 

Soil degradation refers to the loss of land’s physical, chemical, biological, and ecological qualities due to either natural or human-caused disturbances. Some examples of soil degradation processes are the exhaustion of nutrients and organic matter, soil erosion, acidification, desertification, and pollution. 

 

There are 4 High and 4 Low problems of arable soil which called invisible killer of crop growth.

They are,


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If soil is unhealthy, increasing fertilizers use can’t improve crop yields


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Healthy growth of crops closely related to soil health. Protecting the soil, this valuable resource, requires our understanding of land degradation’s context, causes, effects, and viable remedies.

From the following table, we can understand more pain points of soil problems.


Serious compacted soil

• Hardening of soil 

• Poor soil respiration and water permeability

• Root viability decreased

• Increase reproduction of harmful anaerobic bacteria and pathogenic bacteria

Imbalance of 

nutrients absorption

• Excessive accumulation of primary elements

• Deficiency of secondary and trace elements

• Increase the frequency of diseases

Low content of 

absorbable organic matter

• Crop carbon and nitrogen imbalance

• Inducing excessive growth of crop

• Imbalance of beneficial bacteria 

Root-floating problem 

• Crop roots float up

• Poor nutrients permeability

• Poor water retention ability and poor drought resistant ability

• Moss easily growing on the soil surface

Soil acidification

• High root-knot nematode infestation 

• Poor nutrient absorption ability 

• Increase the frequency of root diseases

Too high EC values (Salinity)

• Salt accumulation on the soil surface

• Ion competition cause absorption disorders 

• Severe dehydration of the root system

• Increase the frequency of root diseases and seedling death 

Soil contamination

• Excessive heavy metals accumulation

• Excessive pesticide residues

• Excessive undecomposed organic matter

• Residue of hormone and plant growth regulator

Crop root autotoxicity and Continuous cropping (CC)

• Excessive accumulation of crop root autotoxicity 

• Increase the frequency of root diseases

• Reduce yields significantly


According to the risk of soil degradation, soil management is very urgent. However, the common products used on soil are not satisfied. Efficacy is not good and can’t last long term, dosage is high, cost of product and labor is too much, etc.

 

Thankfully, an innovative technology from Tsinghua University China is coming! King's Landing TerraBoost, acts as an excellent soil health regulator suitable for all varieties of soil. Based on soil reconstruction and nutrient superconducting technology, King's Landing TerraBoost provides outstanding function to improve the growth of crops and increases the yields.

 

King's Landing TerraBoost can loosen the soil and improve soil respiration in one day.

Promote vigorous growth of roots in 7 days

Reduce the saline-alkali pressure of soil quickly

Improve water and fertility retention ability quickly

Increase the resistance to adversity

Recover the crops from damage from adverse condition

Improve the yields of crops growing in saline-alkali condition significantly

Enhance the growth for both vegetative stage and reproductive stage

 

King's Landing TerraBoost

Makes soil healthier

Makes planting simper

Makes crops stronger


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