Everything You Need to Know About Soil Quality: Fertilizers, Ingredients & Benefits

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Gardening is a wonderful hobby that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. The quality of your garden will greatly depend on the soil and its nutrients, which is why we are going to focus on fertilizers today. There are two types of them: natural and artificial ones. Natural fertilizers such as compost provide nutrients for plants in the form of decomposed organic matter while artificial fertilizers help increase plant growth with synthetic substances. Today we will talk about what they do, how to use them properly, and other related topics that you might find interesting!


Benefits of fertilizers


fertilizers - affecting-plant-growthTo fully understand the benefits of fertilizers and which one is better in certain conditions, you need to understand what they do. For example, natural ones will provide nutrients for plants by giving them decomposed organic matter while artificial ones are made of chemical compounds that help with plant growth.


Natural fertilizers

Natural fertilizers such as compost have a number of benefits: it provides food for the plant and all while improving the soil’s texture and water retention.

For this reason, it is important to choose a fertilizer that suits your needs. For example, if you want to improve the fertility of your garden for future crops then compost would be better than something like manure because it will last longer (approximately three months).

Artificial fertilizers

Artificial fertilizers, on the other hand, are not a good idea in the long term, as they can burn plant roots and damage soil.

The best fertilizers to use (in our opinion) would be organic compost or animal manure because they provide both nutrients for plants while also improving the quality of the soil.

We hope that you have learned something new about the best fertilizers to use while gardening. Organic compost is a natural and safe fertilizer, so it’s our top choice for anyone looking to start their garden this year! Don’t forget to talk with your local nursery or gardener store for more information on how they can help you create an amazing garden space of your own. They might even know some tips and tricks that we don’t! What are your thoughts? Are there any other organic fertilizers you prefer over artificial ones? Let us know by leaving a comment below- we would love to hear from you 🙂