Bio-Organic Fertilizer is a type of microbial fertilizer that combines specific functional microorganisms with organic materials that are mainly derived from animal and plant residues (such as livestock manure, crop straw, etc.) and are harmlessly treated and decomposed. Fertilizer with organic fertilizer effect. Bio-Organic Fertilizer logo, packaging, transportation and storage should be in line with NY / T 798 - 2004 provisions of Chapter 7. The beneficial microorganisms in the Bio-Organic Fertilizer enter the soil and form a mutual symbiotic relationship with the microorganisms in the soil, inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria and transform them into beneficial bacteria, interact and promote each other, and play a synergistic role for the population. During the breeding process, a large number of metabolites are produced, which promote the decomposition and transformation of organic matter, and can directly or indirectly provide various nutrients and stimulating substances to the crops, and promote and regulate crop growth.
1. Bio-Organic Fertilizer compared to fertilizer:
1 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer is complete in nutrition; there are only one or several nutrient elements.
2 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer can improve soil; frequent use of fertilizers can cause soil compaction.
3 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer can improve product quality; excessive application of chemical fertilizers leads to poor product quality.
4 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer can improve the rhizosphere microflora of crops and improve the resistance of plants to pests and diseases; chemical fertilizers are single crop microbial populations, prone to pests and diseases.
5 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer can promote the utilization of chemical fertilizers and improve the utilization rate of chemical fertilizers; the use of chemical fertilizers alone can easily cause the fixation and loss of nutrients.
2. Bio-Organic Fertilizer compared to refined organic fertilizer:
Refined organic fertilizer is a commercial organic fertilizer that is packaged and sold after the livestock manure has been dried and pulverized.
1 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer is completely decomposed, does not burn roots, and does not rotten seedlings; refined organic fertilizer is not decomposed, and it is decomposed in the soil after direct use, which will cause burning phenomenon.
2 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer kills most pathogens and eggs by high temperature, reducing the occurrence of pests and diseases; refined organic fertilizer is not decomposed, and will cause underground pests when it is decomposed in the soil.
3 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer adds beneficial bacteria, which reduce the occurrence of diseases due to the occupancy effect of the flora; the refined organic fertilizer kills all the microorganisms inside due to high temperature drying.
4 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer has high nutrient content; refined organic fertilizers cause nutrient loss due to high temperature treatment.
5 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer is deodorized, light in smell and almost odorless; refined organic fertilizer is not deodorized, and it will smell bad when it returns to moisture.
3. The difference between Bio-Organic Fertilizer and farmyard manure:
1 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer is completely decomposed, and the mortality rate of eggs is over 95% ; farmyard manure is simple to stack and the mortality rate of eggs is low.
2 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer is odorless; farmyard man has a foul smell.
3 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer is convenient and uniform to apply; farm fertilizer application is inconvenient and fertilizer application is uneven.
4. The difference between Bio-Organic Fertilizer and biological fertilizer:
1 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer is cheap, about 1000 yuan per ton ; biological fertilizer is expensive, tens of thousands per ton.
2 ) Bio-Organic Fertilizer contains functional bacteria and organic matter, which can improve the soil to promote the release of soil-fixed nutrients; biological bacteria fertilizer only contains functional bacteria, and promote the use of soil fixed fertilizer through functional bacteria.
3 ) The organic matter of Bio-Organic Fertilizer is itself the environment in which the functional bacteria live. It is easy to survive after being applied to the soil; and the functional bacteria of the biological fertilizer may not be suitable for the soil environment.