The influence of atmosphere
Air with its components is indispensable life of plants. He is the source
of oxygen and carbon dioxide respiration and assimilation chlorophyll
necessary. This enhanced activity of microorganisms in soil by decomposition
of organic matter produces CO2 and other nitrogen capture, process plants
Oxygen is essential both in atmosphere and soil. If planting in a compact
and undrained soil culture is endangered, while a ventilated soil, the
root system is well developed due to the presence of air in the soil.
No seed germination can take place without oxygen.
Carbon dioxide and organic decomposition of breathing is found in the
atmosphere in an amount of 0.03%. It has a positive effect asipra intensifying
processes of photosynthesis, provided, however, should not exceed the
percentage of 1%.
Main lungs of the plant are the leaves, which performs gas exchange. Products
are toxic to plants: sulfur dioxide, chlorine, fluorine, carbon dust,
smoke, cloud depraf cement and so on, as are deposited on leaf surface
diminishing their absorption and radiative transition impidicand, depositing
Breathing is eccentuata night than day, which is why rich foiaj plants
should be kept in the bedrooms. Respiration intensity at different plants
and plant organs is different. On young plants is higher and is closely
related to temperature. At a temperature over 50oC breathing ceases. Plant
requirements depending on the volume of air is depending on plant vigor
and age. Plants require a large volume of air than the rooted cuttings
or seedlings placed. The oxygen is repeated through vents according to
the outside temperature, so as not to form cold air currents, avoiding
sudden temperature changes, which can damage.
For proper aeration of the soil is permanently destroy its surface crust
and soils are compacted will add sand or peat. In this way improves soil
aeration regime. Crops in pots, you will always loose soil, pots should
be kept clean, removing the muscles, lichens etc.