Introduction to inorganic fertilizer
Inorganic fertilizer is a kind of mineral fertilizer, also known as chemical fertilizer, referred to as “chemical fertilizer”, which is relatively single, easy to dissolve in water, the decomposition speed is fast, and it is easily absorbed by the root system of the plant, including nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, compound fertilizer, etc.
Inorganic fertilizer classification
Inorganic fertilizer can be divided into ammonium bicarbonate, urea, ammonium sulfate, calcium magnesium phosphate fertilizer, potassium sulfate, plant ash, lime, etc.
The difference between inorganic fertilizer and organic fertilizer
Carbon compounds do not include simplified compounds such as carbon dioxide, carbonate, and carbonate. Compounds mainly contain three chemical elements of C, H, and O are called organic matter, otherwise inorganic objects. Organic fertilizer refers to fertilizer containing the previous type of substances, and the fertilizer of inorganic fertilizers contains a post -type compound.
Organic fertilizer uses biological excretion or remains as fertilizers. It is easy to be broken down by microorganisms. It has a good compatibility with the environment. It is easy to destroy the pH of the soil and endanger the ecological environment.
Precautions for use of inorganic fertilizers
Excessive application of inorganic fertilizer can cause soil plates, which can easily cause the fixation and loss of soil nutrients, prone to pests of pests, and reduce the quality of agricultural products. Therefore, pay attention to controlling the amount and degree of inorganic fertilizer used.