Contents: Amino acids, Protein Hydro lysate, Plant origin extract (seaweed extract) with mineral elements in traces. Natural Bio-organic Fertilizer for vigorous & healthy plant growth. ?GREEN FILD? is innovative bio fertilizers. Its constituents are so chosen
that it can be used during both vegetative & reproductive stages of the plant. Its application enhances the crop quality, yield & pesticide. It makes the plant cell stronger, stimulates cell division, increase chlorophyll content & also increase number of flower of the plant. Its usage gives a healthy, attractive and quality produce which has a longer shelf life. It?s not difficult to build up rich, organic soil in your filled. One easy way to do it is to amend your soil
with compost and other organic materials on a regular basis. Don?t worry, amending the soil doesn?t have to be difficult. To amend your soil you canuse our natural, organic fertilizer for your field with
?green Fild? buy at the store for Healthy Grow. Healthy Soil Equals Healthy Plants. The key to a good soil. Of the essential nutrients plants need to thrive, most of them are found in soil. Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and to a lesser extent calcium, magnesium, and sulphur are called macronutrients, and these are the nutrients that plants need most. Organic Fertilizers versus Synthetic Fertilizers
Chemical/synthetic fertilizers are manufactured using synthetic substances that usually contain highly concentrated forms of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (these are the N-P-K values listed
on the fertilizer packaging). These fertilizers work quickly because they feed the plants directly. But they do come with a downside ? they do not improve the soil itself and they can, over time, even destroy the beneficial organisms needed for healthy soil. When you use large quantities of this inorganic stuff over and over again, its byproducts will actually build up in the soil and in time they can hinder plant growth.
Organic/natural fertilizers often use alfalfa meal, cottonseed meal, or fish emulsion to provide nitrogen; bone meal or rock phosphate to provide phosphorus; and kelp meal or granite meal to provide potassium.
The downside here is that they work much more slowly, first breaking down in the soil into forms that the plant roots can more easily absorb, then making their way up the plant roots to your hungry
plants. Organic/natural fertilizers, on the other hand, don?t feed the plants directly but rather add essential nutrients to the soil where they become available to the plants, more slowly, over time.
Understanding the Basics about N-P-K While there are also many important micronutrients in good fertilizer, it understands the ?big 3,? the N-P-K that The N is for nitrogen, the P for phosphorus, and the K for Potassium. Each has an important role to play in the health of your field. Nitrogen is the nutrient plants use most to grow large and lush ? tall stems with lots of good leafy growth. If you examine the N-P-K content of commercial products that advertise ?miracle growth? you will find there is no real miracle at all ? the amazing growth is due to a balanced but high N-P-K ratio with a hefty amount of nitrogen in the mix. Phosphorus is needed to grow strong healthy root systems, and to promote vigorous flowering. Commercial ?blooming? mixes are usually high in phosphorus. Potassium helps with plant growth, protein production, plant hardiness, disease resistance, insect resistance and efficient water use. Plants without enough potassium grow slowly and can have yellow leaves.
Fertilizer enhances the growth of plants. This goal is met in two ways, the traditional one being additives that provide nutrients. The second mode by which some fertilizers act is to enhance the
effectiveness of the soil by modifying its water retention and aeration. This article, like most on fertilizers, emphasises the nutritional aspect. Fertilizers typically provide, in varying proportions.
Three main macronutrients:
– Nitrogen (N): leaf growths
– Phosphorus (P): Development of roots, flowers, seeds, fruit;
– Potassium (K): Strong stem growth, movement of water in plants, promotion of
Flowering and fruiting;
– Three secondary macro nutrients: Calcuim (Ca), magensium (Mg), and sulphur (S);
– Micronutrients: copper(Cu), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), molybedenum (Mo), zinc(Zn),boron (B), and of occasional significance there are silicon (Si), cobalt(Co), and vanddium (V)plus rare mineral catalysts.
– Improves blossom and fruit set.
– Thickens, enlarge & balances the leaf growth, supply well-balanced crop nutrients.
– Helping plants to endure environmental stress.
– Promoting the development of shoots & roots stimulates cell division, thereby improve the cropsize.
– Prevent insects & bacteria away.