What are the benefits of using organic fertilizer?
The definition of organic fertilizer?
Organic fertilizer refers to the use of crop stalks and livestock manure as the main raw materials, after inoculation of microbial compound inoculation, the use of biochemical technology and microbial technology to completely kill pathogenic bacteria and parasite eggs, eliminate malodors, and use microorganisms to decompose organic matter to transform macromolecular substances It is a small molecule, and then achieves the purpose of deodorization, decomposing, dehydration, and drying, and is made into an organic fertilizer with excellent physical properties, carbon-nitrogen comparison test, and excellent fertilizer efficiency. Bio-organic fertilizer is a kind of bio-fertilizer. The difference between it and microbial inoculants is mainly in the aspects of bacteria, production industry and application technology.
The advantages of organic fertilizer?
1. Enhance the land's ability to resist cold and drought
The soil will become more and more fertile with continuous application of fertile soil, the land will be more resistant to cold and drought, and the fruit trees will be regardless of age.
2. Improve the soil and reduce salt damage
Adjust acidity and alkalinity, balance soil pH, increase soil permeability, and promote the formation of aggregate structure.
3. Significantly improve the quality of agricultural products
Significantly improve the quality of agricultural products, sweeten and color melons, restore the original taste of vegetables, increase the chlorophyll content of tea, and reduce pesticide and fertilizer residues.
Contains EM bacteria, which can fix nitrogen, dissolve phosphorus, release potassium, increase plant chlorophyll content, and increase crop yields significantly.
4. Increase the content of microorganisms in the soil
Reduce the reproduction and growth of pathogens in the soil, improve crop resistance and resistance to repeated cropping.
5. Promote seed growth and improve crop photosynthesis
Promote early germination, early rooting, and strong root system of seeds and underground stems. Improve crop photosynthesis, regulate the reasonable distribution of nutrients, promote rapid fruit expansion and early coloring, and the fruit will go on the market 7-10 days earlier.