Synthetic vs. Organic Fertilizers: Can Plants Tell the Difference?

At AGYP, Allied Energy Corporation, we are committed to the environment and ensuring you and your family are able to enjoy a healthy, non-toxic food supply by only using organic materials in our fertilizers. With organic fertilizer, the plants you grow will be healthier, stronger, and full of nutrients. Your flowers and shrubs will be brighter and have resistance to insects and disease.

The difference between synthetic and organic fertilizer is clear. Plants can tell the difference between these fertilizers as evidence in your garden. Synthetic fertilizers provide too much nitrogen, which encourages rapid, weak growth. Synthetically produced phosphorous attaches to minerals such as magnesium, manganese and others, which prevents the plant from absorbing them. Potassium chloride depletes magnesium and calcium in the soil; it also mobilizes the heavy metal cadmium, which is taken up into the plant. You and your family eat the grain crops and wind up being contaminated. Increased cadmium levels have been linked to the rise in breast cancer. We at Allied Energy are working hard to prevent this from continuing.

Our organic fertilizers contain no synthetic materials or synthetically produced materials. They work by enhancing the microbial growth, which actually feeds the plant. Although your plants may appear to be growing a little slower, they are stronger and healthier. Our fertilizer mixtures imitate fertile soils such as those found on the prairie or in the forest. All of the materials used are natural, renewable and non-toxic. We recommend that you choose the best AGYP Allied Energy products for your soil, climate and plants. Apply them at the recommended rates and times for the best results. You can use both soil amending and foliar fertilizers for your plants. Our goal is for you and your family to have the best, healthiest landscape, and food crops possible.

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