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How Bio-Organic Fertilizers Help Our Soil and Their Effects

How Bio-Organic Fertilizers Help Our Soil and Their Effects
The specific functional microorganisms of bio-organic fertilizer are:

Nitrogen fixing bacteria can use organic matter in the soil as a carbon source and nitrogen dioxide in the air as nitrogen to grow and multiply in large quantities.

Phosphate-solubilizing and potassium-solubilizing bacteria can break down and consolidate phosphorus and potassium elements in the soil or soil parent material.

Bio-organic fertilizer generally contains a certain amount of functional microorganisms per gram. After applied to the soil, under the suitable conditions of ground temperature 25~35℃, pH 5.5~8.5, soil water holding capacity 50~70% and no fungicide residue, its nitrogen fixing bacteria, phosphorus solubilizing bacteria, potassium solubilizing bacteria and disease resistant bacteria multiply for about 20 minutes, each beneficial bacteria is a fertilizer source bank.

The growth and reproduction of countless beneficial bacteria is equivalent to moving the fertilizer production plant into the ground, continuously producing nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and trace elements for plants to absorb and use, thus improving crop yield and quality; improving the soil and deepening the tillage layer; reducing the purpose of pest and disease occurrence.

The effect of using bio-organic fertilizer: mixed with sufficient amount of agricultural fertilizer, it can completely replace chemical fertilizer; if the farm fertilizer is insufficient, it can reduce 30% of chemical fertilizer for seedlings. The amount of bio-organic fertilizer meets the requirements, and no more chemical fertilizer is used after seedlings are raised.

Part of the applied chemical fertilizer is directly absorbed and used by crops, most of which are urgently needed to be absorbed and digested by beneficial bacteria in the future and transformed into organic matter for plants to reduce chemical fertilizer loss, improve the utilization rate of chemical fertilizer, improve the utilization rate of fertilizer, reduce the negative impact of chemical fertilizer on the environment and the quality of agricultural products, improve the ability of plants to resist pests and diseases, reduce the number of pesticide use by 3 to 4 times throughout the year, and improve the quality of crops and The gap between sales price and product sales.

Eliminate soil hardening, improve soil agglomerate structure, increase soil permeability and reduce soil loss.

Increase soil organic matter content; it not only protects the environment, but also creates a soil environment for sustained, stable and high yielding crops.

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