Organic Nitrogen Fertilizer

Organic Nitrogen Fertilizer. Nitrogen is important to plants because it is a major component of chlorophyll. Nitrogen in chlorophyll compound use sunlight energy to produce sugar from water and carbon dioxide by Photosynthesis process. Nitrogen is also a major component of amino acid, which is the building blocks of protein. Without sufficient nitrogen supplement plants will die. This product is a slow release organic nitrogen fertilizer. 

Seagrow Bio Nitrogen serves as a non-polluting, non-chemical, non-toxic Natural Nitrogen fertilizer. Our product has a guaranteed minimum of 12.88% available organic nitrogen,which is suitable for quickly correcting deficiencies without synthetic nitrogen like ammonia, nitrate or urea.

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What is the difference between organic nitrogen and inorganic nitrogen?

Organic nitrogen is nitrogen that is in organic compound form. That is nitrogen in amino acid that make up proteins or nitrogen in necleotides that make up a large portion of RNA and DNA. Inorganic nitrogen is nitrogen that occurs in non carbon containing compounds. Example of inorganic compound is nitrates.

Why do your plants  need organic nitrogen fertilizer?

Nitrogen is found in healthy soils, which is very important and needed element in plant growth. Nitrogen involved in creating food for the plant through photosynthesis and gives plants their green color. Hence your plants need organic nitrogen fertilizer.

What are the symptoms of nitrogen deficiency in plants?

Nitrogen deficiency can be identified through visual symptoms. Nitrogen deficiency symptoms include

  • Poor plant growth
  • Pale green or pale yellow leaves
  • Older leaves turning completely yellow
  • Results in reduced flowering and fruiting
  • Stunted plant growth and dormant lateral buds

When Should nitrogen fertilizer be applied to plants?

Nitrogen fertilizer can be applied to plants 2 to 3 weeks after plantation. By this period most newly set out plants should have recovered from any root damage. If needed use a spreading fork to distribute nitrogen fertilizer in your garden. Fertilizer that is available near the roots of the plant are readily absorbed by the plants.

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