How to make bio-organic fertilizer achieve better results

Bio-organic fertilizer meets the fertilizer requirements for production and pollution-free green agricultural products. Only by mastering the correct method when applying bio-organic fertilizer can achieve good results.

First of all, it is not easy to apply bio-organic fertilizer into the soil layer too deeply. Because bio-organic fertilizer relies on its activity to decompose organic matter, its activity can only be realized under certain conditions of temperature, humidity, air permeability and organic matter. The application of too deep will affect the biological fertilizer activity.

Secondly, the application of bio-organic fertilizer is not directly mixed with a single chemical fertilizer. Due to its single composition and different pH levels, single chemical fertilizer will inevitably affect the biological activity of bio-organic fertilizers if applied in large quantities. Therefore, bio-organic fertilizers are applied separately.

In addition, the application of bio-organic fertilizers is more important, especially for nightshade vegetables, and the phenomenon of continuous cropping is inevitable. Even if some biological fertilizers and micro-fertilizers are supplemented, due to the influence of temperature, humidity, air permeability, organic matter and other conditions, coupled with the weak root of seedlings, it is difficult to play a role quickly. If biological organic fertilizer is applied in holes, on the one hand It can quickly promote active soil, improve soil permeability, and promote rapid root growth and development; Roots are formed early.

So what should be paid attention to when applying bio-organic fertilizer?

1.Use qualified microbial fertilizers. Products with low quality, the number of effective viable bacteria do not reach the specified index, the content of miscellaneous bacteria is high, or the product that has expired cannot be used.

2.Minimize the death of microorganisms in fertilizers during application. The bacterial fertilizer should be avoided from direct sunlight, and the seed dressing should be operated in a cool place. Generally, bacterial fertilizers cannot be mixed with harmful pesticides and chemical fertilizers.

3.Create a suitable soil environment. Application on acidic soil should neutralize soil acidity before applying. When the soil is too dry, it should be irrigated in time. After the heavy rain, the water in the field should be removed in time to improve the permeability of the soil.

4.Promote the application of different microbial fertilizers according to local conditions. For example, rhizobia fertilizers should be widely used on leguminous crops, and phosphorus- and potassium-solubilizing microbial fertilizers should be applied to soils with high nutrient potential.

5.Avoid long-term use after opening the bag, and pay attention to sealed storage to avoid the loss of bacteria. If the bag is not used for a long time after opening, other bacteria may invade into the bag, which will change the microbial flora in the fertilizer and affect its use effect.

6.Avoid using it under high temperature and drought conditions. The microorganisms in the microbial fertilizer will be affected in the survival and reproduction under high temperature and drought conditions, and cannot play a good role. Therefore, it should be applied in the evening on a cloudy or sunny day, and combined with measures such as soil cover, manure cover, and watering, to avoid direct sunlight or insufficient water.

7.Avoid mixing with immature farmyard manure. Mixing with immature organic fertilizer will kill microorganisms due to high temperature and affect the performance of microbial fertilizers. Bio-organic fertilizers cannot be arbitrarily mixed with all chemical fertilizers. Some chemical fertilizers are mixed with bio-organic fertilizers, but the fertilizer efficiency is reduced, so we must pay attention.