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There are all kinds of fertilizers on the market today for growers to choose from and it can be difficult to determine which ones will be best for your particular crops. From chemical fertilizers to natural fertilizers to organic fertilizers, researching the pros and cons of each can be a daunting task and most growers do not have the time or energy to do so. Instead, many choose to test different products in order to determine how their harvests react to various fertilizers. Regardless of which type of fertilizer is chosen, it is important to realize that the quality of product grown largely depends on the specific fertilizer used.

With carbon-based compounds, organic fertilizers are able to build the growth quality of plants as well as increase the overall productivity of harvests. Generally speaking, organic fertilizers have a wide range of benefits over their chemical counterpart. Some of the most notable benefits of going organic include:

  • Huge benefits to plant growth
  • Vastly improves quality of soil structure
  • Increases nutrient content over time
  • Corrects any type  of imbalances
  • Cost-effective
  • Aid the general environment
  • Produce tastier vegetables and fruits
  • Prevent damaging plant diseases
From soil fertility to growth potential, it is clear that organic fertilizers offer a wide range of advantages. As a grower, it is important to read labels carefully before purchasing any type of fertilizer. For instance, make sure that the label reads that the product is made from all natural plant extracts, a big indicator that it is in fact organic. No matter what type of fertilizer you choose, be sure to pay careful attention to how your crops react and alter growth plans accordingly.X

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