The soil contains a percentage of organic matter. Soil life as well as the growing crops and plants all benefit from organic matter. The organic matter and -material provide many nutrients to crops and plants. The demolition in the soil causes the release of nutrients for plant growth. This process is called mineralisation and can only happen optimally during the growth season when soil temperature is higher than it usually is.
It cannot be one-way traffic. The demolition of organic material means that both the soil and its soil life should receive organic matter on a regular basis. It is there food in order to persist. By regularly supplying organic matter, the process of mineralization will be optimally stimulated. Soil life can survive because it receives food continuously. This creates a stable process in the soil where nutrients can be released during the growth of crops and plants.
Organic matter is an important part of compost and organic fertilizers. You could state that the different types of manure can serve as soil nutrition. The difficulty is often how to distribute it optimally. Heavy manure spreaders are often needed to spread compost or solid manure. This does not always fit in the cropping cycle and some crops cannot handle this. Organic fertilizers such as from FERTISOL can be spread with a fertilizer spreader without structural deterioration of the soil. This offers the possibility to apply organic fertilizer before, during or after each cultivation / crop cycle and thus it is frequent maintenance of your soil.
By using solid manure or compost it is not exactly known how much N-P-K and other nutrients will be spread throughout the field. By spreading organic fertilizer you know exactly how much you apply. Furthermore there is always a risk that the supplied manure contains weed seeds and pathogens, which does not occur in our organic fertilizers (due to the composting process).