The importance of biofertilizers
Biofertilizers (biofertilizers) are fertilizers that contain a sufficient number of one or more species of beneficial soil microorganisms.

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Biofertilizers (biofertilizers) are fertilizers that contain a sufficient number of one or more species of beneficial soil microorganisms. Biofertilizers are microorganisms (microorganisms) that are able to convert soil nutrients into nutrients such as vitamins and other minerals in a biological process and reach the soil roots. Biofertilizers are less expensive to use and do not pollute the ecosystem. Biofertilizers are beneficial preservatives for soil microorganisms.

In recent decades, the use of chemical fertilizers has caused numerous environmental effects, including various types of water and soil pollution and problems with human health and other living organisms. The policy of sustainable agriculture and sustainable development of agriculture led experts to seek more help from living organisms in the soil to meet the nutritional needs of the plant, and thus began the production of biofertilizers. The first biofertilizer was used in the late nineteenth century, and other biological fertilizers have been made since then. Organs used in the production of biological fertilizers are mainly isolated from the environment. They are propagated, prepared and consumed in laboratory conditions in special culture media. Of course, the use of biofertilizers has a long history. Crop growers cultivated a dark plant called leguminose to strengthen agricultural lands, and believed that cultivating it would increase soil fertility.

The purpose of using biofertilizers is to enhance the fertility and fertility of the soil, and to meet the needs of healthier and richer food, more harvesting away from environmental pollution. Increase crop quantitatively and qualitatively without damaging the farm ecosystem.

Advantages of use

- Increasing the amount of nutrients and soil organic matter

- Reducing the need to use chemical fertilizers

- Increasing the power of food absorption by plants

- Prevent soil erosion

- Sulfur in fertilizer improves soil salinity

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