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Humidity is fundamental for a well prepared and healthy mold. Except for some specific kinds of plants, humidity should be part of a soil if you want to have healthy and strong plants. Never forget though, that to keep the soil humid at the right level, you have to have a good drainage as well. Usually to provide the flow of water and liquids, you have to add some sand underneath the layer of regular soil. Clay or expanded clay will work as well. A mixture of soil and peat will also be a positive improvement for a well prepared mold in order to be settled down.
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As it happens for any other topics, just remember the rule that “the right amount is ideal, the extreme is bad” which means that it is correct to fertilize your soil, but be careful to not over fertilize it, in order to preserve your mold without letting it burn. Most of the times you should only fertilize the soil when it is actually hosting plants; in this way, the fertilizer goes to help with the plant and the soil at the same time. Usually, if you are going to add organic fertilizer, mostly for the first implant of a plant, you should mix it with the mold, while if you are doing the regular maintenance of your products, just mix it to water solutions and pour it while watering.
Usually it depends on the plants you are about to grow, but as an accepted value, soil should keep at least a 6.5 ph. This allows the mold to preserve its quality even in the case of bad weather like icing or hard summers. If you are bedding bulbs, do not forget to mark the place, in order to avoid destroying the plot where you just had the hard work of creating the ideal green spot with the correct mold ready to host plants and vegetables.