Fertilizers deliver important nutrients to your plants. Organic fertilizers create a healthy environment for the soil over a long period, whereas inorganic fertilizers work much more quickly, but fail to create a sustainable environment. Organic and inorganic fertilizers supplement the soil and feed plants with nutrients. Organic fertilizers are composed of natural ingredients from plants or animals like manure and plant parts such as leaves and peanut hulls. In contrast, inorganic fertilizers are manufactured from minerals or synthetic chemicals. Organic fertilizers release nutrients slowly, relying on soil organisms to break down organic matter while inorganic fertilizers contain a higher percentage of nutrients and provide them more quickly than organic fertilizers. Research comparing organic and inorganic fertilizers provides compelling evidence that organic fertilizers bolster soil health over the long term. A blend of both organic and inorganic fertilizers may suit your landscape.
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