What is natural fertilizer?
Natural fertilizers are organic fertilizer products that have been extracted from living things or from the earth.
They can be either plant-derived or animal-derived. Examples of natural fertilizer would be mushroom manure, blood meal, bone meal, cottonseed meal, kelp meal, poultry or horse manure (aged), and compost.
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What is organic fertilizer?
Organic fertilizer is a plant fertilizer that is derived from organic sources. Organic fertilizers can range from organic compost to cow manure, but they must be derived from all-organic sources.
Chicken droppings from an organic farm would be considered an organic fertilizer. Additional examples of organic fertilizer sources include kelp, guano, bone and blood meals, molasses, and fish emulsions.
What is the difference between natural or organic fertilizer Vs. inorganic fertilizer
Both organic and inorganic fertilizers provide plants with the nutrients needed to grow healthy and strong. However, each contains different ingredients and supplies these nutrients in different ways. Organic fertilizers work overtime to create a healthy growing environment, while inorganic fertilizers provide rapid nutrition.
Organic fertilizers release nutrients only when the soil is warm and moist, which tends to correspond with your plants’ times of greatest need.
However, they rely on soil organisms to break down organic matter, so nutrients are released more slowly than they are from inorganic fertilizers.
This slow-release method reduces the risk of nutrient leaching, but it takes time to supply nutrients to plants. In contrast, inorganic fertilizers provide this nutrition in the plant-ready form immediately.
However, the concentration of nutrients increases the risk of burning the plant, and the rapid release of nutrients may leach them deeply into the soil and water table where plants can’t access them.