Microbial fertilizer is a living organism and has its own characteristics. For example, the quality of fertilizer can not be judged by human eyes, and can only be determined by analysis; qualified microbial fertilizers have less environmental pollution; microbial fertilizers use less, usually 500~ per acre. 1000 grams of microbial agents; the size of the fertilizer, easily affected by light, temperature, water, pH and so on. The effective period of microbial fertilizer is usually from six months to one year. The application method is stricter than chemical fertilizers and organic fertilizers. Therefore, it should be noted that: after the microbial fertilizer is purchased, it should be applied to the ground as soon as possible, and it should be used up once after opening the bag; the unused microbial fertilizer should be properly kept to prevent the spread of bacteria in the microbial fertilizer; Fertilizer can be applied to the soil separately, but it is best mixed with organic fertilizer (such as muck), not mixed with chemical fertilizer; microbial fertilizer should be applied directly under the root of the crop, not too far from the root, and cover the soil, do not Let the sun shine directly onto the bacterial fertilizer; microbial fertilizer is mainly used as the base fertilizer, and it is not suitable for foliar application; the use of microbial fertilizer cannot replace the use of chemical fertilizer.
There are many kinds of microorganisms in the soil, some are beneficial, some are unhelpful, some are even harmful. Microbial agents (fertilizers) should be used in a targeted manner. Just as we need to use â€œold noodlesâ€ for steamed bread and â€œold salt waterâ€ for kimchi, we can improve the activity and function of beneficial microorganisms in the soil.
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