The difference between bio-organic fertilizer and other organic fertilizers

- Sep 11, 2018 -

Bio-organic fertilizer refers to a combination of specific functional microorganisms and organic pollutants, such as livestock and poultry manure, crop straw, etc., which are combined with harmless treatment and decomposed organic materials. Fertilizer. This fertilizer is mainly based on organic matter, and the price is relatively cheap.

Potassium antiseptic potassium organic fertilizer is a combination of antiseptic potassium and nutrients, which can provide, maintain or improve plant nutrition, improve the output of agricultural products or improve the quality of agricultural products.

The above is the difference between bio-organic fertilizer and anti-corrosion potassium organic fertilizer. In fact, bio-organic fertilizer is more inclined to fertilizer, while anti-corrosive potassium organic fertilizer tends to live microbial products.

Compound microbial fertilizer refers to a combination of specific microorganisms and nutrients, which can provide, maintain or improve plant nutrition, improve the yield of agricultural products or improve the quality of agricultural products. The compound microbial fertilizer is generally organic, inorganic and beneficial bacteria, and is a comprehensive fertilizer, which is much more expensive than bio-organic fertilizer.


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