The advantages of using organic compost are to improve soil quality, enabling it to better retain air, nutrients and moisture and resulting in healthier, thriving plants.

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Bio-organic Compost - Foods for the Soil
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Bio-organic Compost

Foods for the Soil

The use of plant-root colonizing bacteria with plant growth-promoting activity has been proven as an efficient and environmental-friendly alternative to chemical pesticides and fertilizers. Bio-compost and Bio-control formulations prepared from endospore-forming Bacillus strains are increasingly applied due to their long shelf life, which is comparable with that of agrochemicals.

Introduction
Bio-organic Compost is a Germany Technology by using plant based organic matters and high bio available silicon plus various Bacillus strains in the composting process. In the process of composting, microorganisms break down organic matter and produce carbon dioxide, water, heat, and humus, the relatively stable organic end product. Different communities of microorganisms predominate during the various composting phases. Initial decomposition is carried out by mesophilic microorganisms, which rapidly break down the soluble, readily degradable compounds.

Bio-organic Compost enhance the soil structure with big group of good bacteria’s biodiversity such as
1. Bacillus amyloliquefaciens
2. Bacillus thuringiensis
3. Bacillus cereus
4. Bacillus oleronius
5. Bacillus subtilis
6. Bacillus shackletonii

The above Bacillus strains helps in balancing the ecological cycle within the soil. Different microbial strains have been reported effective in controlling plant pathogens. Among those, Bacillus strains have their own importance.

Bio-organic Compost suitable for what crop?
It is suitable for most field crops, vegetables, ginger, banana, herbs plants, seedlings, fruit trees, flowers, drip irrigation, green Houses and nursery plants.

 

Benefits of Bio-organic Compost
1. 100% Organic
2. It is a plant based Bio-organic Compost
3. Environmentally-friendly
4. Supplies high Bio-Silica nutrient
5. Supplies a variety of macro and micronutrients
6. Supplies significant quantities of organic matter
7. Supplies beneficial microorganisms to soils and growing media
8. Release fixed nutrients in the soil
9. May control or suppress certain soil-borne plant pathogens
10. Recovery of Bio-diversity, soil pH and organic substances balance
11. Improves the soil structure and density, thus creating a better plant root environment and better plant immune system
12. Improves cation exchange capacity (CEC) of soils and growing media, thus improving their ability to hold nutrients for plant use.
13. Improvement in longer produces shelf life

 

Application Rate
1. Potting Mix
An excellent potting mix formula is 10 – 20 % Bio-organic Compost, mixed with any other potting medium that does not have a nitrogen demand. It will provide sufficient nutrition to sustain vigorous, healthy growth for up to six months.

2. Soil Conditioner
Even in quite barren soil, a good sprinkling of Bio-organic Compost (around 3 – 4mm thick) dug in and watered well will awaken quite amazing results for the first season’s plants. It’s never too late or the wrong season to apply Bio-organic Compost and each successive year will see more improvement, especially if more Bio-organic Compost are applied.

 

Product Typical Analysis
1. Total Nitrogen (N): 3.00 %
2. Phosphate (P2O5): 1.10 %
3. Potassium (K2O): 2.00 %
4. Magnesium (MgO): 3.50 %
5. Calcium (CaO): 8.50 %
6. Boron (B) : 0.02 %
7. Sulfur (SO4): 0.04 %
8. Copper (Cu): 11.40 ppm
9. Iron (Fe): 6770.00 ppm
10. Manganese (Mn): 21.20 ppm
11. Zinc (Zn): 31.00 ppm
12. Chloride (Cl): 0.90 %
13. Citric Acid: 10.00 %
14. Organic Matters: 41.00 %
15. pH: 7.50 – 8.70

Packaging: 2Kg

Black Gold - VermiCompost
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A product the result of natural biological processes entirely natural and contains a significant diversity of natural and microflora and nutrients.

Composition
Stabilized cold composted organic material, mineral rock dust, water and specified probiotic microbes totaling 23 types and strains. Some of the beneficial and fungal organisms are: Azotobacter, Pseudomonas, Azosporilium, Rhizobium, Bacilli, Streptomyces, Cellulosic fungi, Saccharomyces and Phosphobacter.

Typical Analysis:
N: 0.80%
P2O5: 0.85%
K2O : 0.07%
CaO : 1.51%
MgO: 0.11%
Cu: 164 ppm
Zn: 299 ppm
Mn: 79 ppm
B: 8 ppm
Fe: 1247 ppm

 

Benefits:
1. 100% No Bad Odor
2. Do not attract pests such as flies
3. Have no negative environmental impacts
4. Are non-toxic to living things and are safe to handle
5. Will not harm ground water or waterways
6. Assists plant growth and development
7. Encouraging earthworm activity
8. Regulation of the pH level
9. Increased root formation and root quality
10. Plant strength increases natural diseases resistance
11. Reduces transplant losses and planting shock
12. Assists the plant to increase its tolerance to drought, soil salinity and polluted soil condition
13. Assists the soil by increasing water retention and nutrient availability
14. Assists in the control of aggressive nematodes
15. Assists in the control of pathogenic fungi

 

Area of Application
1. Germinator
In pure form, vermicompost provide a superior rate of germination. The seedlings produced from 100% vermicompost will be unusually healthy. (After germination, the seedlings should be transferred to potting mix.)

2. Potting Mix
An excellent potting mix formula is 5 – 10% vermicompost, mixed with any other potting medium that does not have a nitrogen demand. It will provide sufficient nutrition to sustain vigorous, healthy growth for up to six months.

3. Soil Conditioner
Even in quite barren soil, a good sprinkling of vermicompost (around 2-3mm thick) dug in and watered well will awaken quite amazing results for the first season’s plants. It’s never too late or the wrong season to apply vermicompost and each successive year will see more improvement, especially if more vermicompost are applied.

4. Tree Planting
Sometimes, the failure rate of tree planting can have a dampening effect on our hip pocket. A hand-spade of vermicompost in the bottom of the hole dug for the tree will help ensure healthy growth right from the start.

5. Seed Inoculation
The difference between successful seed planting (of a lawn, for example) and outstanding seed germination is the bacteria and hormones from vermicompost. Take the seed and shake it together with vermicompost (10% vermicompost is plenty) before you spread it.

Packaging: 2Kg per packet

Organic Vermicast
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Organic Vermicast

 

Organic Vermicast (Worm cast) is a totally 100% natural and organic product created by earthworms from dairy milk cow dungs waste. It is a natural, non-toxic way to replenish the nutrients in your soil.

Organic Vermicast provides a multitude of services such as increasing soil moisture and nutrient retention, texture, nutrient availability and aiding in disease prevention. Vermicast is highly beneficial to plant growth, health, fruit set and yield. It is suitable for adding it to your garden, ornamentals, trees, and row crops.

 

Benefits of Organic Vermicast
1. 100% No Bad Odor
2. Do not attract pests such as flies
3. Have no negative environmental impacts
4. Are non-toxic to living things and are safe to handle
5. Will not harm ground water or waterways
6. Assists plant growth and development
7. Improves soil aeration
8. Enriches soil with micro-organisms
9. Improves water holding capacity
10. Improves root growth and structure
11. Regulation of the pH level

 

Area of Application
1. Germinator
In pure form, Vermicast provide a superior rate of germination. The seedlings produced from 100% Vermicast will be unusually healthy. (After germination, the seedlings should be transferred to potting mix.)

2. Potting Mix
An excellent potting mix formula is 5 – 10% Vermicast, mixed with any other potting medium that does not have a nitrogen demand. It will provide sufficient nutrition to sustain vigorous, healthy growth for up to six months.

3. Soil Conditioner
Even in quite barren soil, a good sprinkling of Vermicast (around 2-3mm thick) dug in and watered well will awaken quite amazing results for the first season’s plants. It’s never too late or the wrong season to apply Vermicast and each successive year will see more improvement, especially if more Vermicast are applied.

4. Tree Planting
Sometimes, the failure rate of tree planting can have a dampening effect on our hip pocket. A hand-spade of Vermicast in the bottom of the hole dug for the tree will help ensure healthy growth right from the start.

 

Organic Vermicast Typical Analysis
1. Nitrogen (N): 1.30 %
2. Phosphorus (P2O5): 0.66 %
3. Potassium (K2O): 0.63 %
4. Calcium (CaO): 1.40 %
5. Magnesium (Mg): 0.50 %
6. Sulphur (S): 0.20 %
7. Boron (B): 10 ppm
8. Iron (Fe): 3120 ppm
9. Manganese (Mn): 319 ppm
10. Copper (Cu): 15 ppm
11. Zinc (Zn): 130 ppm
12. Sodium (Na): 700 ppm
13. pH: 6.3

Bio-organic Compost - Foods for the Soil Image
Bio-organic Compost - Foods for the Soil
Bio-organic Compost Foods for the Soil The use of plant-root colonizing bacteria with plant growth-promoting activity has been proven as an efficient and environmental-friendly alternative to chemical pesticides and fertilizers. Bio-compost... Read More
Black Gold - VermiCompost Image
Black Gold - VermiCompost
A product the result of natural biological processes entirely natural and contains a significant diversity of natural and microflora and nutrients. ... Read More
Organic Vermicast Image
Organic Vermicast
Organic Vermicast   Organic Vermicast (Worm cast) is a totally 100% natural and organic product created by earthworms from dairy milk cow dungs waste. It is a natural, non-toxic way to replenish the nutrients in your soil. ... Read More