Fertilization is a practice for agricultural activity which is needed to modify the chemical characteristics of the mold, and to feed the plants, favoring a healthy and safe growth. Along with fertilization, there are other practices that can be done to modify also the physical features of the mold in order to create the right acidity level. Fertilizers contain the useful minerals to improve the development of the crops. To do this they have to absorb it from the ground.

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Fertilization period The ideal fertilization has to take in consideration the time frame of its performance. In order to get the perfect timing you will have to know also the information about the quality of the mold, the climate conditions of the area, and the species which are about to be grown. In this way you can improve the quality of the ground in addition to the final quality of the crops. To perform the right fertilization you also have to take in consideration the fertilization time of each kind of plant you are growing.


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    Types of fertilization

    There are different kinds of fertilization depending on techniques and eventual results, on the kinds of plants to be fertilized and other characteristics. Natural fertilization uses natural products like manure and organic residues. Chemical or mineral fertilizers are made of composts which are created in laboratories. Chemical fertilizers are cheaper so they are the most used in fertilization techniques, and they are also easier to create. Organic fertilizers are apt to small areas like home grown green garden and similar. Deep fertilization is essential to modify the soil’s characteristics and the dosage of the substances must be done following the original characteristic of the ground. Ordinary fertilization follows the deep one, being a constant and regular feeding practice for both soil and plants. The restitution fertilization is the final step of the whole process, when you have to give back to the mold those substances that have been a nutrient for the crop.

    Water and fertilization

    Water and fertilizationYou can perform fertilization by spraying the products on the plants, meaning that you are acting with an air fertilization, and it is needed to give nutrients to the part of the plants and not just to the soil. This procedure is needed when the ground is not able to give nutrients because incompatible with the plants’ needs. The fertirrigation, on the other hand, is the fertilization performed by irrigation. A solution of organic fertilizer and water is used irrigating the crop area and it is usually set as a specific system which follows the absorbing capacity of the soil.


    Fertilization can be done by either using a mechanic system or a hand system, of course depending on the dimension of the area. The method is always apt to the needs of the crops, ground and plants in a whole. When organic solutions are used, the fertilization method is called biologic fertilization.