SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

PEAT, SAPROPEL, HUMIC ACID, VERMICOMPOST

PEAT

PEAT is the key to FERTILE soil

Peat use is intended for poor and depleted soils – PEAT is an organic earth element that can radically improve poor soils, strengthen poor sandy soils with humus or loosen the clay.

POOR

SANDY

CLAY

 

Peat - is formed from decayed plants, mainly in the flood plains of rivers and lakes.

 

Peat is a mixture of humus and a various set of trace elements that excellent stimulates fertility of the soil

 

HOW IS IT

PRODUCED?

Today, almost all peat is extracted in the most productive way – MILLING METHOD.

 

All operations on peateries are performed by a milling combine that destroys and  loosens the top layer of deposits. At the next stage the combine has two mechanisms in operation : through nozzles powerful fan draws air together with the previously loosened layer

PEAT’S VALUE TO AGRICULTURE CAN BE MEASURED:

Land use and Quality of the crops

 

Peat contains humic acid and amino acids, which are stimulants of plant growth and development

Peat has antibacterial and getter properties, equally necessary for all types of soils

Peat heals the soil, reduces the content of nitrate in grown products by 1.5-2 times, prevents the accumulation in plants of heavy metals and other harmful substances, reduces the effect of toxic chemicals into the soil.

Humus, which is formed in the soil during prolonged making of turf prevents leaching of soluble fertilizers.

6 WAYS TO USE PEAT AT YOUR LAND

CLEAN to improve the soil to build, collect and continue to retain moisture and create an environment that helps to improve the oxygen exchange

in the MANUFACTURE OF PEAT BLOCKS which are used for growing seedlings and lawn arrangement

AS THE BASIS using modern technology to produce high-quality soil. Moreover, you can prepare the ground for a certain type of plant, ripening conditions and climatic characteristics of growing

When carrying out work on the greening of urban areas

AS A RAW MATERIAL  for the production of organic fertilizers

for planting grass mats on the slopes, which helps prevent the occurrence of landslides.

SAPROPEL

SAPROPEL - a higly effective fertilizer consisting of humus remains of aquatic flora and fauna, as well as particles of soil humus, which for centuries were deposited at the bottom of ponds with fresh water as a sediment.

 

Universal fertilizer - is suitable for all types of crops: cereals, legumes, fodder, oil, essential oil, technical and medicinal crops, vegetables, flowers, fruits, berry plants, potatoes, sugar beets, grapes..

 

Especially effective is the use in acidic and light sandy soils, as well as to increase the humus content in the soil

HOW IS IT

PRODUCED?

The crude sapropel is mined by lifts from the bottom of ponds, transferred to a special area where it comes through special preparation and drying. Externally sapropel has the form of gelatinous mass with a consistency close to creamy, with a gradual compaction with increase in the depth of sediment

SAPROPEL’S ORGANIC & MINERAL -

combines many key components:

 

6 MAIN SAPROPEL PROPERTIES FOR PLANTS

Increases productivity up to 100%

 

Develops and strengthens root system

 

Increases  seedings survival

Stimulates the  speed growth and fruiting of garden and vegetable crops

Increases plant immunity

It provides a balanced nutrition of plants with all useful elements thanks  to delayed solubility of active substances in sapropel

 

SAPROPEL PROPERTIES

 FOR SOIL

Due to its useful microflora helps an increase of humus and activates soil processes

 

Increases desiccant and water holding capacity, aeration

Leads to self-cleaning from pathogens plants, fungi and harmful microorganisms

It has a pronounced long-term effect on soil and crop. A one-time application of sapropel is enough for 6-10 years (depending on the type of soil)

Unlike all other fertilizers sapropel is not washed out of the sand and sandy loam, on the contrary: due to its water capacity it merges with them and forms soil

HUMIC ACID

Humic acid for plants - is absolutely safe stimulant widely used throughout the growth cycle of the plants, the usage of which results in severe crop improvement regardless of where it is applied: in the soil or in hydroponics.

 

Humic acid is a highly important life providing element  for plants necessary to stimulate its growth and development of the root system, which enables strong roots penetrate deep into the soil, saturated with moisture even in extreme drought.

 

HOW IS IT

 PRODUCED?

 

The main method, by which humic substances are extracted is alkaline extraction by ammonia solutions or potassium/ sodium hydroxide. Such treatment converts them into water-soluble salts - potassium or sodium humate possessing high biological activity.

 

Humic Acid is produced from natural raw materials - peat, brown coal, sapropel

 

THREE WAYS OF HUMATES PROCESSING ON YOUR LAND

 

Soaking or spraying seeds and planting material

 

Foliar treatment

 

 

Root watering

 

 

USAGE OF HUMIC ACID IN AGRICULTURE IS A COST-EFFECTIVE AND UNIVERSAL TOOL TO ACHIEVE BEST RESULTS

 

Ensures growth of productivity by 25-40% and a reduction in terms of maturation by 10-12 days

Generates Stronger  immune system

 

Increases efficiency of mineral fertilizers

 

Fast and powerful root formation

Humate increase the soil's ability to retain moisture. When using humate soil's ability to retain moisture increases more than 10 times

SOME RESULTS

AFTER APLICATION

VERMICOMPOST

First of all, you must know that soil  is the basis of life and well-being of every living thing on earth.

And it is created by worms.

                                 Charles Darwin

 

 

HOW IS IT

PRODUCED?

 

Vermicompost is the product of technological processing of ORGANIC WASTE WITH WORMS.

 

Universal, natural fertilizer, which in large numbers contained trace elements, enzymes, vitamins and antibiotics in the form, which is most available to plants.

 

6 ADVANTAGES

OF VERMICOMPOST

Structures the soil, accumulating nutrition in the form suitable for plant consumption

 

It increases plant resistance to diseases and adverse external influences

 

Greatly enhances the availability of inorganic nutrients, particularly ammonium and nitrates but also phosphorus, potassium, calcium, and magnesium for plants

 

Increases crop yields up to 30-80%, and ornamental plants bloom longer and more intense.

 

 

It accelerates the development of plants, -seed germination, growth, flowering, fruit ripening for 10-14 days

 

Improve water-holding capacity, cation-exchange capacity, soil aeration and permeability, and water infiltration

 

It can be used for all crops, but especially for those that require nutrients in a concentrated form

 

VERMICOMPOST vs MANURE

Manure is also considered as beneficial and cost-effective organic fertilizer.  This is partly true, but vermicompost has much better qualities:

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