Let’s start by defining and looking at the word organic. Organic simply means natural. Organic relates to the natural environment. Anything that is natural is organic for instance leaves are natural so they are organic, blood meal which is a by product from animals is organic, even a phosphorus which comes out of the ground is also organic. The key to being successful and doing well in gardening lies in the soil and the best and safest way to improve the soil is through organic fertilizer. Once your soil is good and healthy everything else will fall into place and you will produce very big, healthy, and very tasty vegetables, plants, flowers, and so forth. So the trick is to boost and improve upon your soil, soil nature, soil fertility, and soil composition and the best way to do this is through organic fertilizer.
Improvement of the soil is what organic fertilizer is concerned with and is all about. Chemical based and chemical fertilizers are not as good and effective as organic fertilizers. Chemical fertilizers are very dangerous and bad for the soil and the environment. They tend to remove all the nutrients from the soil, they destroy plants and vegetation, they have an adverse effect on all plant life, and they destabilize the ecosystem and the balance of the soil, and Mother Nature as well. In order to have a very good and thriving garden the soil must be fed with good nutrients. You can also add liquid fertilizer which is great especially during the season of growing. Organic fertilizer contains all the right elements, nutrients and minerals that are need by the soil and plants. The three main ones are nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorous.
In order to have a very good and successful garden the soil structure must be good and it must be able to retain water and have pockets of oxygen. Chemical fertilizers cannot help the soil achieve this fertilizer. A great type of organic fertilizer is compost. Compost is very easy and simple to make especially if you have a compost tumbler. With a compost tumbler you can make compost using scraps and leftovers from your kitchen and garden. It is very economical, simple, cheap, and easy to do. Compost is not only the best and simplest form of organic fertilizer but it is also fertilizer that is all purpose and can be used almost anywhere.
Making compost using a compost tumbler is really quite simple and easy you simply put soft and biodegradable things like leaves and various other things into the compost tumbler and then you turn it every two to three days. Pumping the soil and plants with chemicals will not yield the desired results only organic fertilizer will give us simply amazing results. Some examples of other forms and types of organic fertilizer include seaweed, bone meal, lava sand, mulches, chicken manure, gypsum, corn gluten meal, fish emulsion, molasses, humates, Epsom salt, green sand, worm castings, lime, hydrogen peroxide, and various other organic fertilizers. Some of the major benefits of using fertilizer include bigger and stronger plants, plants that are drought, pest, bugs, insect, and disease resistant. Organic fertilizer is very affordable and much cheaper then chemically made and produced fertilizers.