Common sources of plant-derived hydrogen acids are soybeans, wheat, oats, corn, etc., animal-derived protein sources are relatively extensive, animal hair (feathers, bristles, etc.), silkworm pupa, animal blood, internal organs, bones, low-value fish, etc It can be hydrolyzed into available amino acids, and the proportion of amino acids contained in plant sources is also very different, as is animal sources. For example, hydrolyzed animal hair contains cystine and serine, hydrolyzed animal skin and bone contains glycine and proline, animal blood contains leucine and phenylalanine, and corn and wheat contains glutamine. The acid is higher.
Amino acids from different sources have different effects on crops due to different amino acid composition ratios. If it is necessary to improve the stress resistance of crops, amino acids derived from animal skins and bones with higher proline and glycine are the best choice. Animal-derived amino acids with higher lysine are a better choice. If it is green leaves and promotes growth, then plant-based amino acid raw materials such as wheat and corn with high glutamic acid will have outstanding effects. Therefore, there is no difference between plant-derived amino acids and animal-derived amino acids, and only by their characteristics can they play a better role.