Food is what that nourishes our body. That s why, for our better growth and health nutrients rich food is very crucial for us. Hence, there is an old saying which states that Healthy Body has a healthy mind. When we harvest a seasonal crop, the soil eventually lack some minerals and its structure. Therefore, it needs some organic fertilizers to improve the soil structure, fertility and water holding capacity. Moreover, it boost up the fungal and bacterial activities. But remember their control use is necessary and should be according to the type of soil.

Organic fertilizers are fertilizers that are naturally produced and contain carbon (C). Fertilizers are materials that can be added to soil or plants, in order to provide nutrients and sustain growth. Typical organic fertilizers include mineral sources, all animal waste including meat processing, manure, slurry, and guano, plant based fertilizers, such as compost, and biosolids. There are also other abiotic non-chemical, fertilizer methods that meet the Principles of Organic Agriculture, which determines whether a fertilizer can be used for commercial organic agriculture.

Key benefits:

Water conductivity

Soil structure

Field capacity

Reduced Erosion

Non-toxic food

Low Capital investment


Fertility of the soil

Sustain soil structure

Safe Environment

Why organic fertilizers?

Firstly, organic fertilizer dissolves gradually in the soil which enable plants to absorb all the nutrients they need but without stressing out. Secondly, they also maintain the PH level of the soil. On the other hand, inorganic fertilizer dissolves rapidly that leads to burn/disturb the soil.

Inorganic fertilizers tend to lower soil pH which makes it more acidic. Every plant tolerates different soil pH levels but some plants will do well in acidic soil. However, if the soil gets too acidic, plants will suffer. Fertilizing with manure, an organic option, helps to keep soil pH in a range that is healthy for plants.

Post time: Nov-12-2021