1, regulate soil pH, enhance soil adsorption capacity and improve fertilizer utilization.
2, coordinate soil nutrient structure, supplement the supply of trace elements such as calcium, magnesium, sulfur and silicon for crop growth, and promote the growth and development of crops.
3, inhibit harmful bacteria, control physiological diseases, resist stubble and enhance crop resistance.
4, improve the physical structure of the soil, loosen the soil and break the knot.
5, increase the output and quality of agricultural products and increase economic benefits.