Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Cambodia Rice Exporter, Cambodia Products, Cambodia Fields: Japan Organic Fertilizer

The fertilizer was made in Japan by developing under the complicated process effectively used the un-used natural resources of the animals and plants products.

These material have been gone through the complicated processing plants to produce high quality organic fertilizer
There are the residue of fish processing, food processing, and meat processing plants, the residue from animals and plants after carefully selected the good part.
And the blood meal and dried fish powder residue, and the properties of meat and bone meal organic ingredients.

These are blended to produce fertilizer for crops.

Although the density of nutrients in organic material is comparatively modest, they have many advantages.
The majority of nitrogen supplying organic fertilizers contain insoluble nitrogen and act as a slow-release fertilizer. By their nature, organic fertilizers increase physical and biological nutrient storage mechanisms in soils, mitigating risks of over-fertilization. Organic fertilizer nutrient content, solubility, and nutrient release rates are typically much lower than mineral (inorganic) fertilizers.
Organic fertilizers also re-emphasize the role of humus and other organic components of soil, which are believed to play several important roles:

• Mobilizing existing soil nutrients, so that good growth is achieved with lower nutrient densities while wasting less.
• Releasing nutrients at a slower, more consistent rate, helping to avoid a boom-and-bust pattern
• Helping to retain soil moisture, reducing the stress due to temporary moisture stress
• Improving the soil structure
• Helping to prevent topsoil erosion (responsible for desertfication and the Dust bowl.
• The necessity of reapplying artificial fertilizers regularly (and perhaps in increasing quantities) to maintain fertility.

• Extensive runoff of soluble nitrogen and phosphorus.
• Costs are lower for if fertilizer is locally available.

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