The compost par excellence, it is dark brown in color, with a pleasant smell of forest mulch and freshly wet earth, non-toxic for vegetables and an excellent soil improver.
It is clean and soft to the touch and its great biostability prevents fermentation or putrefaction.
It contains a high enzymatic and bacterial load that increases the solubility of the nutrients, allowing them to be immediately assimilated by the roots of the plants. On the other hand, it prevents them from being washed by the irrigation water, keeping them in the soil for longer.
- It is a non-polluting organic product, the use of which makes it possible to completely dispense with the use of agrochemicals. CERTIFICATE CAE
- Its characteristics and properties do not resemble other products used.
- It is a material that far exceeds the benefits granted by manure fertilization, in compost editing and others.
- It is not only a fertilizer that improves the structure and texture of the soil, but also reduces the frequency of irrigation and other parameters of the same.
- Its preparation is obtained by recycling irrationally generated organic material and usually considered as “waste”.
- “The recommended dose, depending on the species of crop and plants, is applied in much lower doses compared to other similar products.
- Essentially it allows the restoration and maintenance of soil fertility.
- Potted plants: 120 grams per month.
- Garden perennials: 40 grams per month.
- Fruit trees: 3Kg per year, distributed between spring and autumn
- Fruit transplants 1,5Kg from 0.5 to 2Kg according to plant size 60 grams
- Ornamental hedges and trees: 1.5Kg per year.
- Grass: in sowing 500Kg per 1000m2, in the annual fertilizer 200Kg per 1000m2
Seed beds: 80% substrate and 20% worm humus
- Vegetables: 40g per seed when planting