What is organic-inorganic compound fertilizer

Organic-inorganic compound fertilizer is a kind of solid fertilizer, which is made from harmless organic matter and inorganic fertilizer (NPK fertilizer), according to the nutrient characteristics of soil and crops, by mechanical granulation. It is a new type of fertilizer between organic fertilizer and inorganic fertilizer. It has the dual characteristics of organic fertilizer and inorganic fertilizer.

Organic fertilizer: Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium content is very low, mainly providing organic matter and other substances. Feature: 1. Significant improvement of soil structure to increase fertility. 2. The nutrients contained are comprehensive, but low in content, low in fertility, long in fertilizer supply time, slow and lasting in fertilizer efficiency. 3. It can fully integrate with soil to form organic complex with high utilization rate.
Inorganic Fertilizer (NPK Fertilizer): It mainly provides NPK and other elements. Its advantages are high nutrient content, fast fertilizer efficiency and strong fertility, which can play a role in quick-acting and improving products. Its disadvantages are that it generally does not contain organic matter, has short acting time and can not last long. It is easy to volatilize and lose, and its utilization rate is low. Long-term use can also destroy soil structure and reduce crop quality.
What is organic-inorganic compound fertilizer
Organic-inorganic compound fertilizer combines organic fertilizer with chemical fertilizer, and has the advantages of them. In the organic fertilizer production line, the two-in-one organic fertilizer granulator can granulate organic fertilizer and NPK fertilizer according to the proportion needed, and the fertilizer produced has good fertilizer efficiency.
Organic-inorganic compound fertilizer has the following advantages:

1. The nutrient supply is balanced and the fertilizer utilization rate is high.
2. Improving soil environment and activating soil nutrients.
3. Physiological regulation. Promote plant root respiration and nutrient uptake and leaf photosynthesis, etc., to provide a strong guarantee for plant growth and development.