What differences are there between growing with organic products or chemical products?

The main differences are that in the case of chemicals, their action is much more direct and their effect much more aggressive.

This has several implications, first of all we can say in its favor that chemicals could be considered as a quick solution to problems. But the quick fix is ​​not always the best. After all, it is not always necessary to kill flies with cannon fire.

Organic products have several advantages over chemicals. In the first place, they have much more room for maneuver and their effectiveness lasts over time. Using this type of product not only do you get results with an immediate effect (never as immediate as the chemical one) but you also get to improve many aspects that are positively affected by the use of organic materials (fertility, microbial life, cation exchange capacity , soil structure, moisture retention, etc).

On the contrary, the aggressiveness of the chemical can imply (and in fact has happened in many cases) that certain aspects that surround our plants are negatively affected. That is, if, for example, we need fast nitrogen to supply a certain deficiency situation, it is possible that the contribution of a chemical is the fastest solution, but if, for example, we have misread the situation and there is no such deficiency, or if, for example, If we contribute more than we really need, it can give rise to an opposite effect that is more difficult to deal with than the starting situation. Blockages, soil desertification, crop weakness, etc.

In summary, organic products allow for more balanced crops, where all the pieces work in a much more rhythmic way. This finally always translates into an improvement in the quality of the final product since it is not affected by changes that are too abrupt, but rather everything happens in a smoother way, allowing it to adapt to each of the situations.