A debate that has been long-standing is the use of organic or chemical fertilizers. There are benefits to both, but it ultimately depends on what you are trying to achieve in your garden.
Organic fertilizers are made of natural ingredients such as manure, compost, and plant byproducts. They release their nutrients slowly over time, which is good for the environment and encourages microbial activity in the soil.
Organic fertilizers also improve the soil’s structure and help retain water.
Chemical fertilizers are made of synthetic ingredients and release their nutrients all at once.
They are cheaper and faster-acting than organic fertilizers, but they can damage the environment if not used properly.
Chemical fertilizers should only be used when an organic fertilizer isn’t available.
You can use both of them for your plants, and it is for the user’s preference decision which is better for them to use.