Organic planting since the beginning of time, #NaturesGOLD classic info.
What most people don’t know is that there are a huge diversity of other microbes with the exact same ability to “fix” plant food.
The billions of microorganisms in a healthy soil food web are capable of transforming carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and micronutrients into forms that can be used by plants.
These processes are collectively called nutrient mineralization.
Mineralization is just a fancy word for breaking down a chemical compound.
Microbes have been doing this for over 400 million years. They literally made it possible for plants to colonize Earth.
Humans, on the other hand, have only have been farming for about 12,000 years and making synthetic fertilizers for less than a century.
How synthetic fertilizer harms soil
Humans shouldn’t be relying on chemical fertilizers to fuel our food systems and agriculture.
The negative effects of synthetic fertilizers
- Synthetic fertilizers suppress nitrogen-fixing bacteria, meaning less free fertilizer from microbes and greater dependency on fertilizer corporations
- Synthetic fertilizers are made of salts, which act as broad-spectrum antibiotics to soil microbiota of all kinds and negatively impact pH
- Soil biodiversity is destroyed by synthetic fertilizers, disrupting the soil ecosystem
- Food is less nutrient dense when grown in depleted overfertilized soil
Chemical fertilizers have been linked to a myriad of health problems including cancer, reproductive health problems, neurological problems, and birth defects. According to the journal Cancer, children with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma were three times more likely to have grown up in a home that was treated by a professional exterminator and seven times more likely than healthy kids to have grown up in a home where pesticides were sprayed.
Children are much more vulnerable to chemical pesticides than adults because their bodies are still growing. According to John Wargo, the director of the Yale Center for Children’s Environmental Health, over 90 percent of pesticides and their accompanying ingredients are “never tested for their effects on developing nervous systems.” Not only are children smaller than adults, but their organs are still developing, which heightens the effects of chemical exposure to their bodies. Your pets are also smaller than most adults, which makes them vulnerable to the negative effects of chemicals as well.
Synthetic fertilizer kills the soil microbiome, which destroys the functionality of the soil food web. This puts conventional farmers on the “chemical treadmill”.
Like a drug addict who keeps needing a bigger and bigger fix, more and more fertilizer has to be applied every year, continuously depleting the soil while harming the health of humans and the planet.
Start using organic and how is organic fertilizer beneficial to soil?
Another valuable feature is that they achieve the increase of activity in bacteria and fungi that benefit the soil. … Thus, organic fertilizers improve soil structure, help to retain nutrients, allow carbon fixation in the substrate and enhance the ability of the crop to absorb water.
Using organic matter, the ultimate food for the soil “Nature’s GOLD”
Multi-ingredients performance…Composed of soil nutrients, minerals, live microorganisms, high in organic matter, humus and other active black gold organic ingredients all in a pack.
Soil is like an external stomach. Microbes act as an external digestive system for plants.
✅ 1) Organic matter additives to the soil
✅ 2) conditioning soil fertility
✅ 3) Neutralizes acid in the soil
✅ 4) Increases garden productivity over time
✅ 5) Improves soil structure & holding capacity
Benefits for the plant:
✅muscle & body resistance build-up
✅for small plant pot — use 5 grams or 1 teaspoon
✅for lite plants pot — use 10 to 15 grams or 2 to 3 teaspoons
✅for big plants pot — use 15 to 30 grams or 3 to 6 teaspoons
✅for wider purposes every one(1) square meter soil — use 50 to 100 grams
✅mix it lite to the soil but be careful not to disturb small roots of the plant
✅apply or spray a little amount of water.
☘️How does amount of water affect plant growth?
✅If a plant’s soil has too much water, the roots can rot, and the plant can’t get enough oxygen from the soil.
✅If there is not enough water for a plant, the nutrients it needs cannot travel through the plant.
✅highly organic & naturals
✅no synthetic chemicals
✅no artificial preservatives
✅non-toxic organic matter product
✅compatible with all types of soil and environment.
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