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Background

ORGANIC FERTIIZER

In the present day and age, there is a paradigm shift in the sensibilities of the demands in the agriculture sector, with a widely spreading awareness of the benefits of Organic Farming. Arihant Group for years has been delivering time and again with exceedingly pleasing results for the farmer, through its range of Organic Fertilizers.

Organic fertilizers contain only plant or animal-based materials that are either a by-product or end product of naturally occurring processes, such as manures, leaves, and compost. Then microorganisms found in the soil decompose the organic material, making its nutrients readily available to the plants.

Organic Fertilizer

Phosphate Rich Organic Manure

Bio Enriched Organic Manure

Organic Manure

They decrease the danger of over-fertilization because the nutrients are released slowly. The slow release of these nutrients also means they will be available over a longer period of time and less applications will be required. It improves your soil. It does this by escalating the soils ability to hold water and nutrients. It decreases erosion and soil crusting caused by rain and wind. Using organic fertiliser adds more natural nutrients, feeds important microbes in the soil and improves the structure of the soil.

Chemical fertilisers do nothing to build your soil. Using only chemical fertiliser over time will deplete your soil of valuable microbes. Frequently, organic matter in the form of manure or compost is added to the soil to remedy this problem.

Inorganic fertilisers can sometimes leach, which happens when irrigation or rain gets below the plant root level.

  

Excessive use of inorganic fertilisers can lead to a build-up of salts in the soil, causing damage to the plant. Inorganic fertilisers are generally manufactured using fossil fuels.

Organic fertilisers often cost more than inorganic fertilisers, but over time, this extra cost may be outweighed by the benefits it provides. Organic fertilisers continue to improve the soil long after the plants have taken the nutrients they need. Therefore, the longer your soil is fed with organic fertilisers, the better its composition and texture. So, while inorganic fertiliser may be cheaper in the short term, it adds less to the soil in the long term.

Both organic and inorganic fertilisers provide plants with the nutrients needed to grow healthy and strong. However, each contains different ingredients and supplies these nutrients in different ways. Organic fertilizers work over time to create a healthy growing environment, while inorganic fertilizers provide rapid nutrition. Determining which is better for your plants depends largely on the needs of your plants and your preferences in terms of cost and environmental impact.