As a farmer in Washington State, it’s important to utilize resources that promote the growth and success of your business. The more you do for your crops now, the higher yield you can expect in the future. To this end, many farmers opt to use treated biosolids as fertilizer. As a safer, eco-friendly alternative to traditional chemical fertilizers, biosolids may be the perfect solution. Consider the following benefits to your crop.
Without proper care, you could see a dramatic decline in productivity over the years as organic matter in the soil is depleted. Biosolids can, however, improve crop growth and yield. This is due to an abundance of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, as well as trace elements of other vital components.
Global demands for produce can put a lot of strain on soil capacity. Fortunately, biosolids are able to help replenish organic matter, which will promote aeration, improve soil structure and enhance moisture storage. In fact, biosolids land application is often used to regenerate abandoned mine sites.
No Groundwater Pollution
Traditional chemical fertilizers can be dangerous for you, your customers and the environment. Biosolids, on the other hand, allow for the slow release of nitrogen and phosphorous throughout the growing season, so over-fertilization isn’t a concern.
Interested in Using Biosolids as Fertilizer in Washington?
Are you a farmer interested in learning about how biosolids land application can help your business in Washington? The professionals at Tenelco Inc. in Lake Stevens will be happy to discuss your situation and the options available to you. You can count on our highly trained and experienced specialists to have the knowledge, skills and equipment to provide the superior services you need, from biosolids removal and biosolids transport to application. We also have all the necessary permits and are very familiar with the national and state regulations, so you don’t have to worry about compliance issues popping up.
Experts in Using Biosolids as Fertilizer in Washington
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