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What are the causes of soil hardening?

Soil hardening simply means that the soil surface hardens and cracks appear. It is difficult for crops to take root. Nutrients in the soil are difficult to absorb. What causes soil knotting? 1. The texture of farmland soil is too sticky and the plough layer is shallow. Long term use of the tumbling machine will […]

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What is the utilization rate of chemical fertilizer?

Why does fertilizer burn seedlings? The reason is too much fertilizer or the seed is too close to the root. Principle: fertilization increases the concentration of salt in soil water, or the chemical fertilizer directly contacts with the root, resulting in too high concentration of soil nutrients near the root. Based on the principle of […]

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Organic Fertilizer Function to the Soil

The research data indicate that humus in organic fertilizer contains fat, wax and resin, including about 80-85% carbon, 10% hydrogen and 3-18% oxygen. Due to the formation of soil fertility, these substances can penetrate into the soil to agglomerate, make it hydrophobic, weaken the soil wetting process and capillary water movement speed, and reduce the […]

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