Soil is linked to everything around us and performs many important roles in sustaining life on Earth. It is the result of two processes: a) the physical and chemical disintegration of inorganic materials and b) the decomposition of organic components. Its structure changes across time and its morphology is distinct at each time point. This means that the soil’s degradation ,due to the human intervention mainly, is obvious. Therefore, because the soil is a non-renewable natural source, protection measures should be taken, mostly during the cultivation process. These measures should include prevention of soil under organic methods and the use of natural ingredients, such as zeolite, effective microorganisms and mycorrhiza.