Bacterial Fertilizer and Organic Matter! Both are Indispensable!
The carrier in the production of bacterial fertilizer is very important, which is related to the activity ability of the bacteria. In other words, when there is enough organic matter or humus in the soil, the microorganisms can survive and reproduce better and activate other nutrients.
The role of microbial bacteria in the soil is mainly to produce various enzymes, decompose various nutrients, produce various acids and carbon dioxide, and provide more nutrients to the crops. The microbes must survive and multiply, and there must be enough organic matter in the soil. Therefore, we advocate the use of organic fertilizer and bacteria fertilizer!
The soil organic matter content is sufficient, the soil physical and chemical properties are good, and the activities of soil beneficial microorganisms are strengthened, thereby maximizing the decomposition and transformation of organic matter, producing a variety of nutrients and irritating substances, which in turn stimulates the growth and development of microorganisms and promotes crop growth. Finally, the purpose of increasing production and income is achieved. Soils lacking organic matter have poor water content, and various fertilizer solutions have poor ability to “express” to the roots of crops, resulting in insufficient internal stimulation of root growth.
The lack of soil organic matter will make the intensity of the influence of chemical fertilizer on soil compaction more prominent. The organic matter is abundant, and the utilization rate of chemical fertilizer is greatly improved. The sulfate, chloride, nitrite and other substances left by the chemical fertilizer in the soil are harmless due to the multiple effects of conversion into water-soluble organic compounds and abundant soil microorganisms. So that the land can be cultivated forever. So in the final analysis, the negative effect of chemical fertilizers “making soil compaction” is not the result of chemical fertilizers, but the result of ignoring the application of sufficient organic fertilizer to the soil.
Insufficient organic matter in the soil, insufficient carbon source for microbial reproduction, resulting in sparse rhizosphere microbial communities, weak external growth of root growth, and loss of external stimulation of root growth. Soil compaction and phytotoxicity (serious pesticide residues in the soil) cause a variety of crop diseases. If the soil is rich in organic matter, these hazards can be alleviated or even avoided. So both bacterial fertilizer and organic matter are indispensable!