8 points to note when storing fertilizer

8 points to note when storing fertilizer

Fertilizer is a nutritious food necessary for high yield of crops. Now many dealers and farmers have the habit of storing fertilizer. Everyone thinks that fertilizer storage is very simple, just put a pile in the house. In fact, it is not the case. The storage of fertilizers is also very particular. Once it is not stored properly, the fertilizer efficiency will be reduced, and it will seriously endanger our health. So what should we pay attention to when storing fertilizers? Then look down:

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1. Do not stack with seeds, grains, pesticides and other agricultural materials to prevent pollution and poisoning when storing fertilizer.

2. It should be stored in a dry and cool room and sealed, otherwise it will easily cause hygroscopic deliquescence, caking, chemical reaction and other phenomena, reduce fertilizer efficiency, and be inconvenient to apply.

3. Fire and waterproof, high temperature and light resistant.. Some fertilizers should avoid storage with flammable materials due to the presence of flammable components in packaging and ingredients.

4. Storing fertilizer farmyard manure should be kept carefully so that it can be effectively decomposed to prevent the accumulation of harmful substances and harm the growth of crops. If the farmyard manure is not fully decomposed and continues to ferment after entering the soil, it is easy to cause damage to the root system of crops.

5. Ammonium nitrogen fertilizers such as ammonium sulfate and ammonium chloride should not be mixed with alkaline substances to store, such as lime and soda ash, nor should they be mixed with alkaline pesticides to prevent the decomposition of ammonium nitrogen fertilizers.

6. Superphosphate is corrosive and should be prevented from contacting with skin and metal utensils.

7. Ammonia is strongly corrosive to copper and iron, so it should be stored in ceramic, plastic and wooden containers.

8. Ammonium nitrogen fertilizers such as ammonium nitrate and ammonium chloride should not be placed in bedrooms and halls, so as to avoid volatile ammonia irritating people's eyes, nose and respiratory tract and endangering health.

Post time: May-24-2022