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Difference Between Solid and Liquid Fertilizers

Difference Between Solid and Liquid Fertilizers

4 months ago

Fertilizers are compounds that can be produced artificially or naturally. They are usually applied directly to the soil or as a coating on seeds before planting. By providing specific nutrients and minerals that the soil may lack, fertilizers help plant growth. There are various types of solid and liquid fertilizers available in the market, and understanding them before use is crucial. Fertilizers may consist of single or combinations of different nutrients and trace elements. Types of fertilizers include:

  • Organic Fertilizers
  • Inorganic Fertilizers
  • Mineral Fertilizers
  • Nitrogenous Chemical Fertilizers
  • Complete Fertilizers / NPK Fertilizers

N-P-K stands for Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium, three primary chemical substances that aid in plant growth. Nitrogen promotes the growth of new leaves, phosphorus builds strong roots and forms flowers, and potassium keeps plant cells strong and healthy.

All fertilizers contain nutrients that promote better growth and plant health, but some are complete foods for plants, providing sixteen essential nutrients, while others target specific needs or deficiencies. Fertilizing with awareness and appropriateness greatly benefits most plants and increases flower and crop yields. Fertilizers come in two forms: solid granular fertilizers) and liquid fertilizers (hydroponic nutrients). Although these two forms are quite different, their primary goal is to provide nutrition to a garden or specific crop.

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Differences Between Solid and Liquid Fertilizers

Both solid and liquid fertilizers have significant effects and provide the same amount of nutrients, but they also have differences:

  1. Distance from Plant Roots to Nutrient Elements in Fertilizer: Less mobile nutrients like phosphorus cannot move more than the size of the granules containing them towards the plant, but liquid fertilizers have greater mobility in soil and water solutions.
  1. Salt Content: Solid fertilizers can be hot, and roots can steer clear of a band of granular fertilizer containing high levels of nitrogen and potassium. Liquid fertilizers are often preferred at the start or before planting.
  2. Consistency: The nutrient content in each drop of liquid fertilizer is consistent, while solid fertilizers have separate nutrient components in each granule.

Both solid and liquid fertilizers have their own advantages and disadvantages, a closer look at these pros and cons helps manufacturers decide which type and when to use them

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For this purpose, please raise your challenges for buying products by calling the company’s phone and consulting with experienced experts of Arezouye Bahar, so that full guidance can be provided.

You can contact the experts of Arezouye Bahar
company by contacting the central office (located in Tehran):

02188175083

 

The large factory of Arezouye Bahar is located in Qazvini province and near Bouin Zahra in order to produce solid and liquid organic fertilizers.

In order to carry out this analysis, you must first collect your samples according to the necessary standards and then send them to the laboratory of Arezouye Bahar Factory.

Yes; The experts of Arezouye Bahar company are with the farmer from the pre-purchase stage to the time of harvest, so that the gardens and farms have the highest level of productivity.

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