Organomineral Fertilizers

Organomineral fertilizers are a group of plant nutrients formed by combining organic substances and mineral fertilizers in certain proportions. The organomineral products we added to our portfolio are created by using high-value leonardite resources.

It is a plant food group formed by combining leonardite-derived organic substances and mineral fertilizers in certain proportions.

Agricultural production efficiency is directly related to establishing a balance between the physical, chemical and biological properties of soil and preparing a suitable soil environment for plant development.

Soil, which is the environment where plants grow, is not only an inorganic mass but also contains air, water, organic matter and various living things. The important element of soil quality is soil organic matter and the number of microorganisms in the soil. The number of living things in the soil is an important criterion for soil fertility and quality.

In terms of soil quality and plant production, it is desired that the organic matter content in soils be more than 3% (good level) according to the organic matter evaluation class. Our country's soils (except the Black Sea region) are generally poor in terms of organic matter content, with 70% having low organic matter content and 18% having very low organic matter content.

Leonardites, as a complement to fertilizers, absorb and retain nutrients in the root zone due to their high cation exchange capacity and help them pass from the soil to the plant.

Instead of increasing the organic matter of all agricultural soils with organomineral fertilizers, it is aimed to make more effective use of nutrients in field crops applications along with the root zone and seeds in fruit growing. In line with these targets, the usefulness of chemical fertilizers will increase and agricultural production and quality will increase.

Benefits of Organomineral Fertilizers

In soils with low organic matter content, the intake of nutrients given to the soil by chemical fertilizers by plants decreases. Organomineral fertilizers provide a rich growth environment for plants by increasing the nutrient reserves in the soil thanks to the mineral substances and organic matter they contain.

With organomineral fertilizer applications, the hard structure in heavy-textured soils is dissolved, the soil softens and gains an easily workable, permeable and airy structure. Thus, the mobility of plant roots in the soil increases.

It prevents the formation of a cream layer in the soil and supports the downward movement of water in the soil layers. In this way, germinated plants easily rise to the surface of the soil without being exposed to a physical obstacle, and the number of plants per unit area is preserved.

In light-textured (sandy) soils, it aggregates the soil by binding the sand grains together. Thus, the water retention ability of the soil increases and the rapid loss (washing away) of plant nutrients from the soil is prevented.

Salinity and pH problems brought to the soil by chemical fertilizers are buffered by the organic substances contained in organomineral fertilizers.

The combination of organic and inorganic raw materials in organomineral fertilizers is more economical in terms of labor and fertilizer efficiency.

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