cabbage crop organic fertilizer


In agriculture, concerns about avoiding environmental pollution and obtaining healthier products have recently led to a shift from conventional agriculture, based on the use of chemical fertilizers, synthetic pesticides and intensive growing techniques, to an ecological agriculture (biological or organic), much more “friendly” with the environment and with the health of the population. This evolution can be seen all over the world, and the demand for naturally produced foods, without the use of chemical fertilizers and synthetic pesticides, is constantly growing.

Ecological agriculture is a system of growing plants that tends to capitalize on and preserve productive biological systems, without resorting to synthetic chemicals.

Organic farming is based on a good interaction between soil, plants, animals, the environment and people.

In order to benefit from a rich harvest, with abundant leaves and fruits, the soil must contain the right amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus, iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium and other nutrients. Because not every soil has the necessary nutrients, it must be helped by using organic fertilizers, which are composed of chemically unprocessed substances, obtained from organic or mineral sources.

Organic fertilizers from, administered in the right amounts and at the right times, allow the plants to access all the nutrients they need.