New soil decompaction technology that facilitates the infusion of granules, liquid fertilizers, water reservoirs, water, and air.
Soil compaction is a widespread problem that affects the health of various ecosystems and can have negative impacts on plant growth and overall soil health. Previously the best tool to combat this issue was the Airspade, however a potent new proprietary technology from Germany brings a whole slew of new opportunities to tackle this problem.
Trees and shrubs get their sustenance from the area surrounding their roots, known as the rhizosphere. Their roots absorb water and nutrients through their finely meshed structures, and even their “breathing” is done through capillaries in the soil. However, this natural cycle can be disrupted by compacted soil, leading to a decline in vitality and the formation of deadwood.