Fertilizers are indispensable products for agriculture, a major economic sector for every socially and economically evolved society.
Their fundamental importance for obtaining good harvests has been there from the earliest times, when animal excrements were introduced as a nutrient substance.
Now that we need a modern agricultural industry capable of meeting the food needs of our planet, its organic matter ratio is not enough, hence the need for a high-nutrition match.
Initially, the need to fertilize our nutritional content has been met with the production of mineral fertilizers.
The use of the latter has run into two important restrictions over the years:
1) Soil sterilization
2) Problems from the effects of high rainfall resulting in pollution of the aquifers. (Nitrates)
Hence, the search for a fertilizer capable of supplying low-grade crops with simple organic matter, avoiding the unwanted effects of mineral fertilizers.
The result has been organic-mineral fertilizers. The integration of both mineral and organic substances makes them suitable to meet all the needs of modern agriculture, provided however that they are organic complexes and not mere mixtures. The latter, in fact, the main cause for the total lack of binding between two mineral and organic substances, - do not avoid the negative effects typical of mineral fertilizers ie land dilution and sterilization.
A fundamental feature of organo-mineral fertilizers, is also their ability to provide suitable nutritional content for various crops without the negative consequences of soil dilution and sterilization that we encounter with mineral fertilizers. This characteristic makes them particularly important when it comes to awareness campaigns - the "fortunately" widespread awareness of the need to safeguard our ecosystem that is constantly damaged by human activity.
Fertilization with organo-mineral fertilizers can be performed full-field ranging from 4QL. to 16QL. H to point, depending on the type of crop being fertilized and the nutritional content present in the soil. It can also be used on specific plants as opposed to doses that would vary according to the regional need of the plant in terms of the quality and quantity of nutrients present in the soil. Also important when using these fertilizers, in the absence of mechanical soil disturbances, are the rainfall numbers that we see in the autumn and winter months.