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The Mechanism Of Organic Fertilizer’s Effect
Oct 12, 2017

1. The effect of ferment bacterium and function bacterium:

After applying bio-organic fertilizer to crops, the fermentation bacteria and functional bacteria multiply, which has remarkable effect on improving soil, promoting crop growth and reducing crop disease. The main reasons are:

First, the beneficial microorganisms in the fertilizer will form dominant populations in the soil, inhibit the growth and reproduction of other harmful microorganisms, and even have an antagonistic effect on some pathogenic microorganisms, so as to reduce the chance of infecting the root of crops.

Second, functional bacteria to play a role in improving soil fertility, such as the use of nitrogen-containing microorganisms fertilizer, can increase the soil nitrogen sources; the use of phosphorus, potassium solution of the microbial fertilizer, whose microorganisms can contribute to decompose the phosphorus and potassium in the soil that can be absorbed by crops.

Third, many microbial strains in fertilizers produce beneficial metabolites in the growth and reproduction process, which can stimulate the growth and enhance the resistance of crops.

2. The role of physiological active substances

Biological organic fertilizer is rich in a variety of physiological active substances, such as vitamins, amino acids, gibberellin, and other physiological active substances, which stimulate the root growth and improve the photosynthesis of crops so that the crop root system can be developed and growth can be boosted ; For example, various organic acids and enzymes, It can decompose and transform all kinds of complex organic matter and rapidly activate soil nutrients, so as to increase the effective nutrient and feed the crops.

3. The role of organic and inorganic nutrients

Biological organic fertilizer contains not only amino acids, protein, sugar, fat and other organic components, but also contains N, P, K, the beneficial elements (Ca, Mg, S, etc.) to crops, and trace elements (Fe, Mn, Cu, Zn, Mo, etc.). These nutrients can not only be used for direct absorption of crops, but also can effectively improve soil fertility, water retention, buffering and ventilation conditions, so as to provide a good growth environment for crops.