Published at Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 - 23:07:34 PM. Garden. By Constantin Josephine.
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The building blocks of a natural pool start with the design and must include an aeration system, phytofiltration, and some tiny cleaners in the form of snails, bottom feeders and fish. An aeration system brings oxygen into the water and can be done with a pump or with a waterfall. In a native pond that has occurred naturally, there is inflow from a stream or other source and outflow to a basin, lake or irrigation ditch. This creates a constant supply of fresh oxygenated water. A situated pond doesn't have these benefits and requires a source to bring the oxygen in for plant and animal health. Without proper aeration the pool will become stagnant, a breeding ground for mosquitoes and any life inside will not maintain health.
Once you have your container and a drainage tray to go beneath it (any flat tray will do), choose your potting mix. I prefer to use a rich, organic potting mix full of compost and worm castings, but that is a personal preference. As long as your potting soil is well balanced and drains easily your microgreens should thrive.
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