Fertilizers refer to natural or synthetic materials applied to soil or to plant tissues to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to the growth of plants.
Many sources of fertilizer exist, both natural and industrially produced. These include:
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Ammonium nitrogen fertilizer, nitrate-nitrogen fertilizer, amide nitrogen fertilizer, phosphorus fertilizer, mixing soluble phosphate fertilizer, citrate-soluble phosphatic fertilizer, agricultural wastes, livestock manure, etc.
The fertilizers are well bagged, packed, and available for shipping nationwide
Uses and benefits
With the global population steadily growing, it is important that enough crops are produced each year to provide food, clothing, and other agricultural products to people around the world.
Fertilizer plays an important role in providing crops with the nutrients they need to grow and be harvested for nutritious food.
Fertilizers help deliver enough food to feed the world’s population.
A class of fertilizers called micronutrient fertilizers is engineered to enrich crops with vital nutrients that help support human health. For example, micronutrients such as zinc are important to human nutrition, especially for children.
Fertilizers provide the major nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and important secondary elements) that plants need. Nutrient requirements change between crops, location, and even during the crop’s growth cycle.
Effective fertilization closely matches the nutrients available in the soil to different requirements.