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Nature by our side

Nature is that extraordinary supreme being that created what surrounds us and that we can admire every day, obviously including ourselves; every day it shows us how everything must necessarily pass through its laws, without any possibility of escape. Regardless of the tone in which we have expressed this thought, this is important for us and for the world itself, because there could be no order without something that provides for it. Nature is therefore obviously at our side, but to list them all would be more than long, impossible: the activities that we carry out every day rely in one way or another on what is the nature of things, including agriculture and also the widespread hobby of gardening. In our article in this section FERTILIZER we talk about a fertilizer that is one hundred percent nature, and is, contrary to what many might think, also effective and bearer of extraordinary results. Maybe, before presenting it and to whet the curiosity of our readers a little, we can say that it has very ancient origins and also animals, but not only: before the advent of all these modern chemical techniques, it was the only technique, to try (asking the nonn) to believe.

Organic fertilizer


In the first part of this article, or in the first paragraph, we have given a series of clues to understand precisely what we are about, and the last of these is the title of the second paragraph. Organic fertilizer is a natural substance, i.e. produced with natural methods, without additions of any kind and starting from totally natural basic materials. There are currently many ways to achieve approximately the same result, but in any case the thing to underline is that organic fertilizer is unique in its kind because it integrates perfectly with the nature of each plant to which it is, so to speak, administered. , be it a very small flowering plant or a large and centuries-old olive tree. Among other things in a subsequent paragraph we will talk about the balancing of a fertilizer, but it is better to specify from now on how natural fertilizers are perfectly balanced and therefore suitable for every plant in every phase of its evolutionary stage. From an economic point of view, theoretically, organic fertilizer has no cost; it seems absurd but it is so, and to understand the truthfulness of this statement it is enough that you know how it is produced. For now it is enough to know how once, when livestock and agriculture were one thing, organic fertilizer was even available in abundance, while today, unfortunately, you pay for it. and to understand the veracity of this statement it is enough that it is known how it is produced. For now it is enough to know how once, when livestock and agriculture were one thing, organic fertilizer was even available in abundance, while today, unfortunately, you pay for it. and to understand the veracity of this statement it is enough that it is known how it is produced. For now it is enough to know how once, when livestock and agriculture were one thing, organic fertilizer was even available in abundance, while today, unfortunately, you pay for it.

Types of organic fertilizer

We have said that organic fertilizer proper can be derived from two distinct methods; the first, historical, method for obtaining organic fertilizer, or rather, the first conception of this thing is animal dung, or rather the excrement of farm animals: these animals eat grass and other products of the soil every day. their digestive system is able to synthesize only some of the enzymes to digest all the substances contained in them (as happens among other things to us humans, to whom the vegetables do very well but we can not digest even half of the nutrients that it contains). What remains from this – incomplete – digestion is a series of intermediate products that are just right for plants, as they are still rich in useful substances but are partially digested and therefore more easily and quickly assimilated by living beings, however simpler, such as plants. The other method for producing organic fertilizer has only recently been discovered, let’s say for no more than thirty years, thanks to the casual observation of some phenomena: garden waste such as dry leaves, cut branches and more, if subjected to particular conditions of temperature, humidity and ventilation can be sites of natural fermentation reaction that transforms them into a mixture similar to fresh soil, but very rich in nutrients perfect for plants. In modern language this is called composting, and what comes out of it is the compost, which is easy to produce even at home. another method for producing organic fertilizer has only recently been discovered, let’s say for no more than thirty years, thanks to the casual observation of some phenomena: garden waste such as dry leaves, cut branches and more, if subjected to particular temperature conditions , humidity and ventilation can be sites of natural fermentation reaction that transforms them into a mixture similar to fresh soil, but very rich in nutrients perfect for plants. In modern language this is called composting, and what comes out of it is the compost, which is easy to produce even at home. another method for producing organic fertilizer has only recently been discovered, let’s say for no more than thirty years, thanks to the casual observation of some phenomena: garden waste such as dry leaves, cut branches and more, if subjected to particular temperature conditions , humidity and ventilation can be sites of natural fermentation reaction that transforms them into a mixture similar to fresh soil, but very rich in nutrients perfect for plants. In modern language this is called composting, and what comes out of it is the compost, which is easy to produce even at home. humidity and ventilation can be sites of natural fermentation reaction that transforms them into a mixture similar to fresh soil, but very rich in nutrients perfect for plants. In modern language this is called composting, and what comes out of it is the compost, which is easy to produce even at home. humidity and ventilation can be sites of natural fermentation reaction that transforms them into a mixture similar to fresh soil, but very rich in nutrients perfect for plants. In modern language this is called composting, and what comes from it is the compost, easy to produce even at home.

Use of natural fertilizers

The two types of organic fertilizer that we have seen, one derived from the excrement of animals such as the cow and the horse while the other derived from weeds and portable branches, have different types of application, both in the gardening and agriculture. The first, that is the one with animal excrements, is more suitable for agriculture; this statement seems quite acceptable to us, but we justify it anyway: the first reason is the smell emanating from these substances, which due to their extraordinary effectiveness can be supported in an agricultural field but is difficult to combine with the beautiful home garden or with the pots on our balcony. Other reasons are the difficulty now in finding animal excrement, both for the smaller breeding and because many of these farms are intensive, so the animals do not eat and move naturally as in a pasture, but are kept in the conditions to maximize the economic yield. However, this fertilizer should be sprinkled a couple of times a year around the plant, usually just before and in the middle of the vegetative and productive period (especially for fruit plants). Compost, on the other hand, can also be produced on the balcony of the house, because if animal waste is avoided and the compost is turned over from time to time avoiding water stagnation, it will also have a good smell. year around the plant, usually just before and in the middle of the vegetative and productive period (especially for fruit plants). Compost, on the other hand, can also be produced on the balcony of the house, because if animal waste is avoided and the compost is turned over from time to time avoiding water stagnation, it will also have a good smell. year around the plant, usually just before and in the middle of the vegetative and productive period (especially for fruit plants). Compost, on the other hand, can also be produced on the balcony of the house, because if animal waste is avoided and the compost is turned over from time to time avoiding water stagnation, it will also have a good smell.

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