Shunxin Fertilizer Machine & Production Line

The Functions of the Organic Fertilizer

95% of the trace elements in the soil exist in an insoluble form and cannot be absorbed and utilized by plants. The microbial metabolites contain a large amount of organic acids, which are like hot water being added to ice cubes. Dissolving trace elements such as calcium, magnesium, sulfur, copper, zinc, iron, boron, molybdenum and other essential mineral elements into nutrients can be directly absorbed and utilized by plants, greatly increasing the fertility of the soil. The organic matter in the organic fertilizer increases the organic matter content in the soil, which makes the soil cohesiveness lower, and the sand soil retains the water and fertilizer retention property, so that the soil forms a stable agglomerate structure, and the fertility can be used to coordinate the supply capacity. After using organic fertilizer, the soil will become loose and fertile. Organic fertilizers can multiply microorganisms in the soil, especially many beneficial microorganisms, such as nitrogen-fixing bacteria, ammonia-ted bacteria, and cellulose-decomposing bacteria. These beneficial microorganisms can decompose organic matter in the soil, increase the agglomerate structure of the soil, and improve soil composition.



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