Why The Urgent Need for Fertilizers:
Benefits of the ingredients of our unique Organic Fertilizer: Benefits of Cotton Seed Meal as a Fertilizer:
Cotton seed Benefits as a Fertilizer:
Cotton nuts have relatively high nitrogen content compared to typical composts and manures. Crushed shell as nutrients works great for both backyard gardens and agricultural operations. They naturally release nutrients into the soil and help maintain a healthy pH and nutrient balance that can greatly benefit your plants. The shells strengthen the fertility and texture of the soil and add calcium drainage. This aids in the composting process by allowing air and moisture to flow through the soil.
Benefits of Cottonseed husk(hulls)
Cottonseed hulls are the outer coverings of cotton seeds, and the by-products of the oil extraction. After removing the lint, the hulls separated from the kernel by screening. Cottonseed hulls are a fibrous product,
Cottonseed hulls are one of the best roughages used to add bulk to diets rich in protein and energy, in order to reduce digestive upsets in ruminants (Lane, 2006). Cottonseed hulls are a valuable substrate for mushroom cultivation and the spent substrate can be fed to livestock (Bae et al., 2006; Miles et al., 2004;
In addition to remaining active in the soil for months, this organic material also improves soil aeration, and fights off the spread of pests while promoting the growth of good bugs and earthworms. Cotton seed hull mulch is THE BEST mulch I have ever used! Many of you out there probably have never heard of this kind of mulch before. It is High in Dry Matter, Crude Fiber, Crude Protein Potassium, Manganese, Copper& Iron. Great for retaining moisture and soil condition.