Why Organic?

Organic fertilizers are 100% safe as they do not contain synthetic chemicals. The nutrients are derived from natural organic ingredients.
AgroCare Seal Organic fertilizers don't contaminate the soil, ground water or the environment.

With today’s growing concerns about the environment, more and more farming industries have turned to organic fertilizers as the safer and more cost-effective method compared to using artificial fertilizers.

Organic fertilizers utilize organic soil amendments to increase nutrient content and soil characteristics. The presence of decomposing organic matter supply plants with nutrients essential for their growth cycles and increase water holding capacity.

Organic fertilizers help improve and maintain the structure of soil, no matter what type; for the clay type of soil, organic fertilizers are useful in preserving the tilt and structure to prevent soil from clumping. Organic fertilizers also help in maintaining the water holding capacity of soil which is perfect for sandy soil.

The organic matter in organic fertilizers contains natural properties that would make micronutrients, such as zinc and iron, more available to plants.

Organic fertilizers are naturally rich in nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, the three major nutrients needed in plant growth. Organic Organic fertilizers depend on microorganisms found in soil to break them down and release the nutrients.

Agricultural researches show time and time again that the key to a healthy farming is soil teeming with microscopic life. The acids in chemical fertilizers can kill these essential microorganisms. In contrast, organic fertilizers support them. There are no substances present in an organic fertilizer that can adversely affect or hinder microscopic life. Thus organic fertilizers prove not only beneficial to plants but also to the microorganisms found in soil.

Nutrients found in chemical fertilizers tend to evaporate or leach beyond the root system of plants and into ground water. This tendency of chemical fertilizers is not only harmful to humans, but wasteful as well. Plants can only need so many nutrients during their growth cycle.

Several chemical fertilizers have high acid content. Acids in chemical fertilizers, like sulphuric acid and hydrochloric acid, lead to high soil acidity which would result in the destruction of nitrogen-fixing bacteria, the microorganism that plays a key role in supplying a growing plant’s nitrogen needs.

Organic fertilizers are a much cheaper and cost-effective alternative to chemical and excellent plant and soil conditioner.