Drawbacks of Synthetic Fertilizer

At Allied Energy, we believe that the type of fertilizer you use governs the quality of your product. People throughout the world are making the switch to organic fertilizers; they find that organic fertilizers, which are obtained from natural sources, boost a plants quality and yield.

There are significant drawbacks to using synthetic fertilizers:

Toxic Soil

The Allied Energy Corporation cares about the environment. If you choose to use a synthetic fertilizer, you risk spoiling your soil; when used, synthetic fertilizers degrade a soil’s pH, osmotic pressure and water holding capacity. Eventually, the soil becomes unusable; essentially, you are killing the soil. At Allied Energy, we don’t believe that growing produce in dead soil is a viable way of producing food.


In its natural state, synthetic fertilizer is not easily absorbed by a plant; companies need to process and break down the fertilizer until it can be easily absorbed. This means that synthetic fertilizer is easily washed away by water.

When you water your plants, synthetic fertilizer gets washed away; you end up wasting a ton of money on fertilizer that you never use. When you use a fertilizer from the Allied Energy corporation, you never have to worry about washing away your fertilizer. Our fertilizers aren’t processed, they are natural.

Expensive & Dangerous

Our company does not believe in putting expensive and deadly materials on your plants. Synthetic fertilizers can be deadly to a person’s skin and respiratory system; we really don’t believe that you should be consuming this kind of stuff. If you mess up and over-fertilize with synthetics, you end up killing your plants.

At the Allied Energy, we feel that fertilizer should be natural and safe; when you use an organic fertilizer, you prevent all the drawbacks that you find with a synthetic. The long-term costs of using a synthetic fertilizer make them just not worth it.

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