Fertilizing According to The Soil Texture During the Spring Ploughing
There are differences in soil texture and temperature. Formulation and the soil suitability are both key points to be considered when fertilizing. Meanwhile, suitable fertilization strategy needs to applied in order to make the most of the fertilizer.
Clayey soils are rich in organic matter, such arable land has good water and fertilizer retention performance, but the soil permeability is poor. Furthermore, it takes long time for fertilizer to work. For clayey soils fertilization, the maturity of the compost must be guaranteed. Also, we should take early topdressing and decrease frequency. Lastly, apply more fertilizer when needed and avoided using nitrogen fertilizer.
Sandy soils are loose in texture and poor water fertilizer retention performance. We should apply organic fertilizer for sand soils. Since it takes little time for fertilizer to work, we should manure less and often to avoid waste.
The performance for loamy soil is between the clayey and sandy soil, we should fertilize according to local climate conditions and crop growth conditions
High quality humic acid and fulvic acid fertilizer can significantly increase soil organic matter content, enhance soil water and fertilizer retention. Therefore, soil texture and aggregate structure are improved.