The Difference Of Bio Organic Fertilizer
And Farmyard Manure: beneficial microorganisms, fertilizer efficiency, and the safety.
Bio-organic fertilizer refers to a kind of fertilizer with both microbial fertilizer and organic fertilizer effect, which is derived from specific functional microorganisms and mainly animal and plant residues (such as livestock and poultry manure, crop straw, etc.) and compounded by harmless organic materials. Farmyard manure refers to organic fertilizer accumulated by farmers through mixing manure, manure and crop straw.
The First difference is beneficial microorganisms
Bio-organic fertilizer contains a large number of beneficial microorganisms, whose activities can improve soil physical and chemical properties, inhibit the growth of harmful microorganisms and promote the growth of crops. The microorganism content of farm manure is less, the beneficial microorganism and the harmful microorganism are symbiosis.
The second difference is efficiency
The fermentation time of bio-organic fertilizer is short, the rot was thorough, the nutrient loss was little, and the fertilizer efficiency was relatively fast. Fertilizer accumulation in the open air has long time, more nutrient (especially nitrogen) loss.
The third difference is safety.
Through the action of beneficial microorganism, biological organic fertilizer
basically eliminated the original diseases and insects harmful to the growth of crops in the excrement of livestock and poultry. In addition, the application of bio-organic fertilizer into the soil after fermentation and full maturity will not cause the burning of roots and seedlings of crops, while the use of agricultural fertilizer is not complete and slightly larger, the burning of roots and seedlings will occur, leading to production reduction.