The role of microorganisms in ecological agriculture

Microorganisms in soil play an extremely important and irreplaceable role in the material transformation of agricultural ecosystems. It is the main decomposer in the soil. Through its own metabolism, it can recycle nutrients needed for the growth of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. At the same time, microorganisms play an important role in soil formation, soil fertility and biomass production.

 

With the continuous improvement of the people’s living standards, especially people’s requirements for improving the quality of life, both at home and abroad are actively developing green agriculture to produce safe, pollution-free green food. In the production of green foods, the use of chemical fertilizers, chemical pesticides and other chemical substances is not required or minimized. Fertilizers must be required to protect and promote the growth and quality of the applied objects, and do not generate or accumulate harmful substances in the application objects. There is no ecological environment. Bad effects, and microbial fertilizers meet the above three principles.

 

Microbial fertilizer can be said to be the ideal fertilizer for green agriculture and organic agriculture. His development and application are particularly important for the sustainable development of agriculture in China. It improves and maintains soil fertility, transforms nutrient elements, improves fertilizer utilization, and promotes crops. The growth, antagonism of soil-borne diseases, environmental purification and the balance of ecosystems play an important role. In the current sustainable development of agriculture, there are broad prospects for development and huge potential for increasing agricultural output.