Relationship between fertilizer manufacturing equipment and corn planting and soil
Soil is the soil of life, of course, it is also the basis of corn growth, from bud to maturity to corn, and then to the continuous flow of water and nutrients and other mineral factors. Therefore, the poor and fertile soil directly affects the yield of maize. Therefore, fertilizer has a great impact on the growth of corn, NPK fertilizer manufacturing process is very important in the processing of fertilizer products.
First of all, if there are regional waterlogging and water accumulation in the soil, the bud bubbles of corn will be damaged, the air permeability will be reduced, the roots of mature plants will rot, and the transportation of nutrients will be slow, thus hindering the normal growth. At the same time, whether the soil acidity or alkalinity is too high, plants will shrink in varying degrees. This requires fertilization to transport the lack of organic matter in the soil, which is guaranteed by fertilizer equipment. On the other hand, the original acid-base structure of soil should be improved to create more suitable soil conditions for the growth of maize.
Secondly, considering the nature of the corn itself, the use of fertilizer is understandable and can meet the various nutrients required for growth, but it is not the only fertilizer suitable for high yields. The more prominent problems in agriculture have led to an increase in planting costs and have not effectively increased yields. The fertilizer required for corn is roughly nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other factors. It is necessary to process reasonable proportions through the NPK fertilizer granulator. According to the fertilization test, N:P:K = 2.5~2.8:1:0.8~1 is the best, and the fertilizer efficiency can increase the fertilizer utilization rate by more than 12%.
Thirdly, in addition to the soil itself, due to the unsuitable soil conditions, soil pH, soil texture and fertilizer supply, corn planting also needs fine tillage. In some areas, farmers themselves neglect the role of farming and often do some topsoil operations. This will lead to shallow ploughing depth, corn can not catch the root in the early stage of planting, reversal will be more common, and also lead to soil salinization.