Many owners of large country houses sooner or later come to the decision to create a beautiful garden or a place to relax.  And someone generally prefers to make their own small market garden for growing homemade berries and vegetables.

But in order to make the garden beautiful and green or to grow fruits or vegetables, Many people start using special mineral fertilizers.  And on the one hand, these are very good components that can help our products grow faster.  On the other hand, it is chemistry that harms our earth.  Therefore, after the use of such chemical components, many people think how to get rid of them.

How to dispose of fertilizer?

Let’s start with the fact that fertilizers for plants can be different.  For example, by origin, they can be mineral and organic.  The first option is the result of chemical reactions, and the second option is natural fertilizers like humus.  If we talk about consistency, then they can be liquid, solid and semi-liquid.  There can be many classifications.

But the most dangerous are precisely mineral fertilizers.  This is all because they contain not the most favorable chemical elements, such as zinc, lead, strontium, mercury, and so on.  When they enter the ground, they change its composition, which disrupts the processes of photosynthesis of plants, and, accordingly, they grow worse.

Therefore, it is impossible to simply throw away such chemical substances.  They must be disposed of in special ways.

First of all, you can use special chemical compounds that will help neutralize harmful substances.

The second way is utilization with the help of bacteria.  The bottom line is that you use bacteria that release useful components for our soil, but negatively affect the fertilizer itself, thereby removing its harmfulness.

And the last disposal option is to use a centrifuge.  Due to this, the fertilizer settles and is filtered.

How to dispose of weed killers?

In addition to fertilizers, many people use herbicides for their plants.  Then there may also be a need for their disposal.

To do this, it is necessary to carry out deep plowing or flush the land with irrigation.  This will also have a positive effect on the soil, as it will cleanse it of the introduction of large doses of organic fertilizers.

It is very important to take care of our land after the use of chemicals in order to ensure its future fertility.