Fertilizers & environment
It’s stated incorrectly sometimes, that fertilization contributes to environmental damage. However, if we do not fertilize, nutrients that are removed during harvests, would not be returned to land.
The limited amount of nutrients in the ground also results in the reduction of plant growth (aboveground and underground biomasses) that contributes to a smaller quantity of organic matter production. This leads to further soil impoverishment and erosion and can lose its richness. The loss of soil fertility is one of the biggest environmental damages! Because soil it’s not an easily renewable source and it belongs to the next generation, it must be protected as an important prerequisite of life on our planet.
The bigger plant growth also makes a sufficient contribution concerning the increase of the photosynthesis and capturing CO2. This also reduces the leaching of substances from the soil to surface water and groundwater or the volatilization of some gases into the atmosphere. Considered precise use of modern mineral fertilizers enables not only the replenishment of necessary soil nutrients in an appropriate amount and proportion but primarily contributes to the conservation of the soil fertility and reduces negative impacts on nature and environment in compliance with the principles of sound management.
Fert-Trade Romania’s portfolio includes both solid and liquid fertilizers. By introducing them in the fertilization plan, optimal nutrition of the crop plants is ensured in all stages of development. The final result is a superior product from a quantitative and qualitative point of view.