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Humic and Fulvic acids

Humic and fulvic acids are complex mixtures of organic compounds that are formed through the breakdown of organic matter. Humic and fulvic acids can improve soil health and work as both soil improvers and growth stimulants. They can improve soil structure, enhance nutrient availability, stimulate microbial activity, and mitigate environmental

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Algae

Algae are photosynthetic organisms that are commonly found in oceans, lakes and other aquatic environments. Algae provide several benefits for soil and crop health and can be used as an addition to organic fertilizers, soil improvers and biostimulants. As an abundant and renewable resource, the addition of algae to organic

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Mycorrhiza

Mycorrhiza are a fungus. They exist as tiny threads called hyphae. The hyphae are all interconnected into a net-like web called a mycelium, which measures hundreds or thousands of kilometers. Mycorrhiza form a mutually beneficial relationship with plant roots. The extensive network of hyphae increases the effective root surface area

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Bacteria

Adding a consortium of beneficial bacteria to organic fertilizers can have many advantages, depending on the specific bacteria strains that are added. MeMon has developed a synergistic blend that supports nutrient cycling, mineral solubilization, and the production of growth-promoting substances. The inclusion of Bacillus thuringiensis offers natural pest control, reducing

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Carbon footprint organic fertilizers

Understanding the Carbon Footprint of Organic Fertilizers

As agriculture moves towards more sustainable and environmentally friendly practices, the worldwide use of organic fertilizers has become increasingly popular. Organic fertilizers are made from natural materials, such as animal manure and circular vegetal raw materials. Organic fertilizers are often considered a more environmentally friendly alternative to mineral fertilizers, which

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Organic Fertilizers: A Key to Carbon Sequestration

Agriculture plays a crucial role in mitigating climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and enhancing carbon fixation in soil. Organic fertilizers are rich in organic matter and are an important tool to increase the organic carbon content of the soil. Carbon sequestration is the process of capturing atmospheric carbon

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Algae

Algae are photosynthetic organisms that are commonly found in oceans, lakes and other aquatic environments. Algae provide several benefits for

Read More »

Mycorrhiza

Mycorrhiza are a fungus. They exist as tiny threads called hyphae. The hyphae are all interconnected into a net-like web

Read More »

Bacteria

Adding a consortium of beneficial bacteria to organic fertilizers can have many advantages, depending on the specific bacteria strains that

Read More »