Use of organic – inorganic fertilizers before transplanting

Crop that need large quantities of nutrients, it is very important during plowing and the preparation of the surface for transplanting to enter basic fertilizer, which would satisfy the needs of the nutritional elements in the initial stages of development. Because of depleting of the soils with organic matter, relatively small input manure is recommended before transplanting to organic – mineral fertilizer, which contains all the necessary elements and compounds, as to meet the initial needs of food plant, and the fight against abiotic stress which occurs in root and adapted plant.
Best ratio of NPK at organic – mineral fertilizers, especially for tomatoes and cucumbers is 1: 2 4 (6:12:24). This combination also provides easy accessible phosphorus in the initial stages of development and fast effective nitrogen in nitrate form.
These organic compounds are excellent absorbents of trace elements. Namely, their role in the soil is to connect inaccessible trace (depending on the pH of the soil) in a chelated form, thereby becoming available to the plant.
In organic – mineral fertilizers, one gram contains several million different microorganisms that contribute to mineralisation of soil organic matter, dissolving inaccessible mineral compounds, balancing micro-flora regime in soil etc.
Rules before entering the organic – mineral fertilizers:

  • The fertilizer should be entered at a depth of 5 – 10 cm;
  • You should never be put into the plant;
  • Immediately after seedling if conditions exist, should be irrigated fertilizer to start to act.
    Benefits of Organic – Mineral fertilizers:

  • Amortized stress the plant;
  • Continuous releases nutrients and thus provides a daily diet;
  • Due to the continuous release of nutrients, diet is very effective;
  • It consumes very little fertilizer and almost no flushing of the same;
  • No high EC value of soil – a great area for development of young roots;
  • Balanced, continuous amount of fertilizer provides optimum development of the plant;
  • Leads to higher synthesis of sugars;
  • Increases the resistance of plants against diseases;
  • Faster rooting plants.