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2015-10-24T17:59:25+05:30

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By adding more manure and decreasing the amount of fertilisers.He could also add earthworms to the soil and prepare a vermi compost.Green manures are also good for the soil. Hope it helps and pls mark as the best answer. :-)
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2015-10-24T17:59:31+05:30

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You can add sphagnum peat(its organic) or wood ash or anyhting else which is basic in nature(in accordance with how much acidic the soil is). This will help it to get neutralised.
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