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Soil Organic Matter

Soil Organic Matter
The level of soil organic matter represents the level of soil fertility and the same low efficiency of fertilizer utilization applied to the soil!

The main cause of soil slumping is the lack of organic matter, not just due to the use of chemical fertilizers.

This is not to say that chemical fertilizers have no effect on soil slumping.

With the absence of organic matter, the intensity of the effect of chemical fertilizers on soil slumping is more pronounced.

When organic matter is abundant, fertilizers are greatly utilized, and the sulfate, chloride and nitrite residues in the soil are rendered harmless by their conversion into water-soluble organic compounds and the multiple effects of abundant soil microorganisms, so that the land can be cultivated forever.

Therefore, in the final analysis, the negative effect of chemical fertilizers "making the soil clod" is not the fault of chemical fertilizers, but the result of people neglecting to apply adequate amounts of organic fertilizers to the soil.

The main effect of microbial fertilizers (mycorrhizal fertilizers) is to promote the development of plant roots.

As long as we can know the importance of plant roots, we can know that microbial organic fertilizer contains a variety of functional microorganisms into the soil, in the process of growth and reproduction to produce a large number of secondary metabolic products, these products can promote the formation of soil granular structure.

The formation of granular structure can make the soil loose, soft, water and fertilizer retention performance is enhanced, water, gas and heat more coordinated, reduce soil consolidation, conducive to water, fertilizer, aeration and promote the development of root system, to provide a comfortable growing environment for crops.

The improvement of soil physical and chemical properties strengthens the activities of soil beneficial microorganisms, thus maximizing the decomposition and transformation of organic matter, producing a variety of nutrients and stimulating substances, which in turn stimulate the growth and development of microorganisms, promoting crop growth and ultimately achieving the purpose of increasing yield and income.

In addition, functional microorganisms form a dominant population around the root system of crops, inhibiting or antagonizing the growth and reproduction of harmful pathogens, reducing the degree of crop disease, which in turn plays a role in increasing yields.


Weak root system: What does the root system rely on to promote? First of all, the roots tend to water and fertilizer, so that the root system has an inherent stimulus to elongate downward, the lack of organic matter in the soil water content is poor, all kinds of fertilizer solution to the root "expression" ability is poor, resulting in root growth of the inherent stimulus is insufficient; secondly, the interaction of soil microorganisms with the root system, is the root system growth of exogenous stimulus.

Insufficient organic matter in the soil, insufficient carbon source for microbial reproduction, resulting in a sparse inter-root microbial community, and too weak exogenous stimulus for root growth, the root system loses the external stimulus for growth.

Therefore, the soil lacks water-soluble organic carbon - effective carbon - that can be directly absorbed by the root system and soil microorganisms, which directly causes the root system of crops to weaken and age.

This is the root cause of crop yield reduction and poor resistance; it is also the reason why it is more and more difficult to control the disease every year.

Soil caking and drug damage (serious pesticide residues in the soil) cause a variety of crop diseases. If the soil is rich in organic matter, or if sufficient effective carbon is applied to the soil, these hazards can be reduced or even avoided.

Effective carbon is not only a good soil amendment to solve the problem of soil slumping, but also, organic carbon compounds are good detoxifying agents.

Soil microorganisms are greatly harmed by herbicides and other pesticides applied directly to the soil.

If an adequate amount of organic fertilizer or liquid carbon fertilizer is applied to the soil, the damage of pesticides can be mitigated and the loss of microorganisms can be reduced to a considerable extent.

Pesticide residues will be further reduced through oxidation and photolysis, and the repopulated microorganisms will in turn "eat" these residues.

In this game between soil microorganisms and pesticide residues, organic water-soluble carbon plays the role of "east wind" to help.

This analytical reasoning has been proved by many examples. Therefore, the lack of carbon is the same as allowing the soil to be caked and drug-infested and doing nothing about it, so that the crops lose good soil ecology and lead to serious diseases and weak plants.

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