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Inorganic vs Organic Fertilizers

by Wangah Wanyama
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By Christine Itado

Inorganic fertilizers are chemical fertilizers that contain nutrient elements for the growth of crops made by chemical means.

Robert Eligu an agro-chemicals dealer in Soroti says inorganic fertilizers are composed of main nutrients, microelements, which are: Nitrogen that helps in stimulating the growth of plants and in particular it is the main constituent of proteins and it is one of the key elements for healthy and reinforced plant development.

Phosphorus which is directly involved in the process of birth and during the growth of the plant, through photosynthesis and cell division and it is indispensable when it comes to the formation and development of roots and seeds.

Potassium is essential for the development of the fruit and, in general, is responsible for accelerating the growth of the plant.

He additionally said secondary nutrients include calcium, sulfur and Magnesium and microelements that complete the formulation such as zinc, molybdenum, boron, manganese, and iron.

What are organic fertilizers?

Organic fertilizers are natural fertilizers obtained from plants and animals. It enriches the soil with carbonic compounds essential for plant growth.

Organic fertilizers can be obtained from the following products:  Agricultural Waste Livestock Manure Industrial Waste Municipal Sludge

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