How to fertilize agricultural planting according to land?

As everyone knows, different fertilization methods of the soil are different, and the soil’s fertility retention capacity and fertilization characteristics have a great influence on the fertilization effect. Today we Aysuny are going to share with you the three simplest methods of fertilizing soil. The three simplest methods of fertilizing soil are as follows:  
 1. Generally, the soil is more sticky and heavy, with more organic matter content, and strong fertility retention. Even if you apply more fertilizer at a time, the nutrients will not be lost. Conversely, if the soil is sandy and the organic matter content is low, the fertilizer retention capacity is correspondingly weak. When applying fertilizer on this kind of soil, the amount of fertilizer should not be too much each time, and a small amount should be used multiple times to avoid nutrient loss and waste. However, the characteristics of soil fertilization are also different. Some fertility is long and stable. This kind of soil is “too hungry”. Fertilization can be more at one time, but the frequency can be less. For fields, pay attention to the late fertilization of crops, and pay attention to early fertilization for late-growing fields with stamina but insufficient forward strength. 
 2. The amount of various nutrients in the soil is the main basis for deciding which fertilizer to apply and how much to apply. The nutrient status in the soil is not only related to the soil-forming parent material, but also directly or indirectly related to the previous crop. Generally speaking, if the previous crop is legume crops or green manure, there is more nitrogen in the soil, should it? ? Applying phosphorus and potassium fertilizers. If the previous crops are gramineous crops, the nutrients in the soil will be consumed more. Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium fertilizers, especially nitrogen fertilizers, should be applied. 
 3. The pH of the soil will affect the effect of fertilization, and the applied chemical fertilizer will affect the pH of the soil. Acidic soils should choose alkaline fertilizers, such as ammonia, carbon ammonia, calcium magnesium phosphate, etc., alkaline soils should choose acidic fertilizers, such as superphosphate, ammonium sulfate, etc., so as to prevent the soil from becoming too acid or too alkaline. Conducive to the absorption and utilization of nutrients by crops.

How to fertilize agricultural planting according to land?