Organic Fertilizers

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Trishul Biotech‘s Composting Cultures collection offers products for decomposing cellulose, lignin, lipids and protein. Biomass is converted to Organic Fertilizer by using these microbial cultures.

Trishul Biotech’s composting products promote recycling of organic matter, reduce waste and replenish depleted soils.

Organic fertilizers are among the most effective and natural ways to maximize yield. These fertilizers rely on natural processes such as decomposition by soil organisms rather than synthetic chemicals, which kill beneficial microorganisms in your soil. They are mostly comprised of organic substances formed from the decomposition of organic waste in the soil and also contain essential elements such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and calcium. Organic fertilizers are also biodegradable and help improve plants’ health, increase their growth rate, and promote higher yields.




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The term “organic fertilizer” means any material derived from a plant or animal source and used as an amendment or supplement to improve soil fertility. Organic materials used as fertilizer include crop residues (straw), livestock manure, composted sewage sludge and biosolids, municipal green waste composts, and biosolid-derived humic acids.

The following are some of the essential common organic fertilizers:


Peat is a brown, fibrous material formed by partially decomposing vegetable matter. It is used extensively as potting soil amendments because it contains many nutrients for plants to thrive in commercial horticulture and home gardens. 

Bone meal (composted)

Bone meal is a natural source of phosphorus that helps build strong roots and fruit production. Bone meal contains calcium carbonate (also known as lime), which helps keep soil pH stable at 6-7. It ensures consistent nutrient availability over time.

Composted Fruit Peel

This form of fertilizer feeds the plant, improves soil texture and structure, reduces erosion, thus retaining water in the soil, and discourages weed growth. Adding composted fruit peel to the garden helps plants retain nutrients better for greater absorption.