Category Fertilizer Industry

What is weathering?

Soil Formation Soil is formed from parent materials which is formed by weathering of rocks. Different weathering processes are discussed here. WEATHERING Weathering is a process in which different physical and chemical changes are produced in rocks at or near…

BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN FIXATION

BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN FIXATION Although the atmosphere contains a vast reservoir of molecular nitrogen (N2) that is about 79%of the air, however, it is not directly available for use by higher plants. Before assimilation can occur, it must be converted to…

BIOCHEMICAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF Phosphorus

         Phosphorus Phosphorus is critical to all life forms because of the role it plays in many important biomolecules such as DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), phospholipids, and ATP (adenosine triphosphate). The primary mineral form of phosphorus is rock phosphate, or apatite.…

Multiple Cropping and Soil Productivity

Multiple Cropping and Soil Productivity Muhammad Waseem Abbas, Shakeel Ahmad Anjum, Nadeem Akbar, Iftikhr Ali, Nazer Manzoor, Abdul Shakoor, Muhammad Mahmood Iqbal, Ali Usman, Muhammad Bilal Agro-Biology Laboratory, Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan, 38040. Multiple cropping and…

Advantages of bio fertilizers

Bio fertilizers Bio fertilizers include the chemical which in turn make full use of bacteria for you to fertile your land. These kinds of fertilizers are certainly not unhealthy for plant life as well as various other plant life much…

Negative Effects of Chemical Fertilizers

                 Negative Effect of Synthetic Fertilizers   “Fertilizer is good for the father and bad for the sons.” –Dutch saying What Is Fertilizer? Fertilizer is any substance used to add nutrients to the soil to promote soil fertility and increase…