What are the characteristics of organic fertilizer and compound fertilizer


 What are the characteristics of organic fertilizer and compound fertilizer
(1) Organic fertilizers contain a large amount of organic matter and have obvious effects on improving soil and fertilizing; chemical fertilizers can only provide inorganic nutrients for crops, and long-term application will cause adverse effects on the soil, making the soil more greedy. The production of organic fertilizer generally requires fertilizer manufacturing equipment, which is simple and fast
(2) Organic fertilizers contain a variety of nutrients, which are fully balanced; while chemical fertilizers contain a single type of nutrients, long-term application is likely to cause an imbalance of nutrients in the soil and food.
(3) Organic fertilizers have low nutrient content and require a large amount of application, while chemical fertilizers have high nutrient content and a small amount of application.
(4) Organic fertilizers have a long effect time; chemical fertilizers have a short and violent effect, which can easily cause nutrient loss and pollute the environment.
(5) Organic fertilizers come from nature, and fertilizers do not contain synthetic chemical substances. Long-term application can improve the quality of agricultural products; chemical fertilizers are pure chemical synthetic substances, and improper application can reduce the quality of agricultural products.
(6) In the process of production and processing of the drum granulation production line of organic fertilizers, the application of organic fertilizers can improve the drought resistance, disease resistance, and insect resistance of crops and reduce the use of pesticides; long-term application of chemical fertilizers As the immunity of plants is reduced, a large amount of chemical pesticides are often required to maintain crop growth, which is likely to increase the harmful substances in food.
(7) Organic fertilizer contains a large number of beneficial microorganisms, which can stimulate the biotransformation process in the soil, which is conducive to the continuous improvement of soil fertility; long-term large-scale application of chemical fertilizers can inhibit the activity of soil microorganisms, resulting in a decline in the automatic regulation of soil.

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