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Fertilizer Basics: What Exactly is Fertilizer?

At Allied Energy (AGYP), we provide high quality organic fertilizer for your needs. Some may wonder, what exactly is the benefit of choosing the best fertilizer from an organic fertilizer company? Let’s examine the following questions:

What is Fertilizer?

Fertilizer is a cocktail of nutrients for soil to promote healthy growth for plants and crops. Plants grow when they are able to extract nutrients from the soil that support their cellular processes. Nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium are needed for plant growth, and Allied Energy fertilizer adds more of these nutrients to soil so that plants have a great supply.

Why Use Fertilizer?

Soil does contain some nutrients on its own. However, modern day soil is steadily depleting itself of the nutrients that plants need. For this reason, plants tend to grow better when they have a high quality AGYP fertilizer to provide a rich and ample source of nutrients to the soil.

Synthetic vs. Organic Fertilizers

There are two types of fertilizer: synthetic and organic. Synthetic fertilizer is made from chemical compounds that break down and provide the plants with the nutrients they need. This type of fertilizer is made from chemical compounds created in laboratories. Organic fertilizers use only natural sources of nutrients. The latter type of fertilizer is much better for plants because it provides them with a healthier source of nutrients. For this reason, we only use the best high quality organic ingredients in each of our fertilizers.

Because of this fertilizer is an integral part of plant care. For plants that grow quickly and healthily, choosing a good, organic fertilizer is key. Check the labels of your chosen fertilizer to learn more about the routines you should follow to use the fertilizer. Choose the best food possible for your soil and your plants and choose Allied Energy and its quality, organic fertilizer products.

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