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The Composition and Benefits of an Organic Liquid Fertilizer

While few farmers seem likely to abandon their rotavators and combine harvesters in favour of their horse-drawn counterparts, many still hold the view that the nutrients they feed to their crops should be as natural as possible. However, producing compost is invariably a slow process, and it can be challenging to apply. Furthermore, the end product of this gradual decomposition process is of uncertain consistency. One way for farmers to overcome these problems while retaining a natural approach is to use an organic liquid fertilizer.

It is quite possible to prepare a solution of essential nutrients, and a great deal faster than waiting for grass, leaves and animal waste to ferment. When soaked in water, materials like fish meal, bone meal, chicken droppings, kelp and even chunks of limestone release various essential plant nutrients into the surrounding liquid. However, the problem of uncertain consistency remains. Also, it takes lots of time and extensive resources to produce sufficient to satisfy the needs of an entire crop. By contrast, a commercial organic liquid fertilizer contains precisely measured amounts of the macronutrients and micronutrients known to be essential during a given stage in the life cycle of a given crop.

Organic Liquid Fertilizer

These products are often prepared from natural materials rather than inorganic chemicals produced in a factory despite their origin. By choosing to employ this type of product, it becomes possible to provide a crop with all of the inorganic chemicals essential for vigorous and healthy plant growth while still retaining the status of a responsible, eco-conscious farmer. Accurate assaying ensures the composition of each commercial organic liquid fertilizer product is always consistent.

One significant benefit of these products derives from their fluid state. They can be supplied in concentrated form and diluted to the desired strength during or before the application process. These preparations are of two main types: blends of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium (NPK) compounds or single nitrogen compounds. Some are considered suitable for spraying with central pivots, while others are best dispensed from a tractor. Either way, the user can always be assured that each plant will receive its fair share of nutrients when employing an organic liquid fertilizer.

While a product may possess all of the necessary nutritional contents, the more readily these are absorbed by the growing plant, the more beneficial their effect. To ensure that nutrient uptake is as efficient as possible, products in the Kynoch Opti- range include an uptake enhancer, making them well-suited for fertigation purposes. Furthermore, if you should need any additional micronutrients such as zinc, copper or manganese, liquid chelates are available to supplement other Kynoch organic liquid fertilizer preparations.

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