Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 13:37:21 PM. Garden. By Bernardine Regine.
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All air plants anchor themselves with roots. If you see them growing roots, it's not because they want to find soil but because they have grown on cliff faces and in high-up tree canopies, where their survival depends on them staying put in a place where they can access water and sunlight
Cover crops can also help break up your soil if it’s compacted or heavy. The put organic materials into the ground and help loosen it all up. Plus, cover crops often have roots that go really deep, so they'll probably do a better job of loosening the earth than you would with a rototiller. Long roots will also help the microbial organisms living deep down in the soil thrive.
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