Disadvantages of chemical fertilisers

 · Excess nitrogen used in chemical fertilisers contribute to the release of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and nitrous the atmosphere.

· The use of chemical fertilizers depletes the soil of essential nutrients. As a result the food produced in these soils has less vitamins and mineral content

· The acidity of chemical fertilizers affects the soil pH and kills the beneficial microbes in the soil and increases the pests.

· The leaching away of chemical fertilizers pollute the water.

· The chemicals included in the fertilizers seep into the subsoil and cause compaction of the soil.

· Fast-release chemical fertilizers make plants more susceptible to mosaic infections and plant diseases


-Carobs are rich in calcium They also contain protein and carbohydrates, plenty of potassium, iron and are rich in vitamin A and B and many other minerals. They also contain various antioxidants.

-They do not contain caffeine or gluten or other allergens

-The substances pectin and lignin contained in carobs regulate digestion and have the ability to inactivate and safely transport harmful elements (even radioactive particles) out of the body. Carob is rich in fiber. It helps in the proper functioning of our intestine, It is used against diarrhea and for the prevention and treatment of dysentery in humans.

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