Organic fertilizers are compounds of fertilizers that contain one or more types of organic matter. Ingredients may be animal or plant debris or a combination of the two. This fertilizer may be available from stores with organic enriched fertilizer brands or by making organic fertilizer from a compost pile at home.
When describing fertilizer, it is important to remember that its definition of organic matter is the same as that used as organic food for plant growth. This type of fertilizer is prepared from elements that are composed in a completely natural way, without the help of any parts or artificial additives that are used in the preparation and manufacture of industrial fertilizers.
Many different natural elements can contribute to organic fertilizer. The common element of fertilizer in both commercial and household mixtures is of the same type. This type of fertilizer uses the decay of bone powder, the decomposition of plants at the end of the season, as well as parts of plants that are crushed or their small particles that fall to the ground, to produce. Basically, any substance whose decomposition is of natural origin can be a good candidate for inclusion in this type of organic fertilizer.