geo HUMUS

earthworms, humus, organic, bio, compost, beneficial microorganisms,eisenia fetida, eisenia andrei

Organic humus derived from the processing of special earthworms, RED WORMS of the varieties Eisenia Fetida and Eisenia Andrei.

 

Soil fertilizer , indispensable for transplantation, to enchance the microbial flora of the soil organic matter and increase CEC

 

Very powerful load of beneficial microorganisms

 

geo HUMUS is a natural fertilizer, rich in natural ingredients and easily digested by all plants

 

Composition

Typical analysis: 
Organic Nitrogen ……………….......1%< 3%      
Organic Phosphorus…………...1%< 3% 
Organic Potassium ………………........1%< 3% 
Organic Substance……………....….....40% 
Humic …………………….….........…15 % 
Fulvic ……. ………………..........…5 % 
Phytohormones  (Auxines ,cytokinins ) 600 units
Micronutrients Fe,Zn,Mn,………...350 – 400 ppm 
Useful microorganisms     …( 3 * 106 CFU/gr) 
pH 6-7

Benefits

  • Nutrient data provided ( Relatively low N, P, K content ) but its value as an biological fertilizer should not only be estimeted from the content of these elements but mainly from the degree of availability of all its nutrients to the plants.Also contains some other elements such as Mg, Na, S, as well as some microelements that are hardly found in inorganic fertilizers but play an important role in plant nourishment
  • Τhe nitrogen contained in it is slow release ( as in all organic ) , does not exist in toxic concentrations, is not lost by leaching
  • It has a positive effect on the physical-chemical and biological properties of the soil such as : soil aeration, water-resistance, permeability, structure
  • It increases the amount of organic substance in the soil
  • It increases root growth rate and density of roots
  • It increases the CEC ( cation exchange capacity ).
  • It creates a more stable pH.
  • It chelates trace elements.
  • It increases micro-macro nutrients activity as well as microflora
  • It enriches the soil with microorganisms
  • it influences the metabolic processes of plants such as : brething, photosynthesis, Sugar distribution, protein synthesis

Uses-Doses

Vegetables-strawberries, watermelons etc : 100 – 150gr in each planting pit during first plant installation 150-200 gr at each stage of growth around the plant
 

Promegranates, fruits, citrus, olives etc : 
300 – 400 gr during transplantation at each planting hole
1 – 2 kg in young trees, surface with good integration in the early stages of production.

 

Flowers- Herbs- Tobacco :
70-100gr at each planting hole, at first planting and after 1 month repeat
100 – 120gr ( and depending on the size of the plant or pot ) surface at each stage of development ( 2 applications / cultivation period )

 

Vineyards  - kiwi :
300 – 400gr during tranplantation at each planting hole
500gr - 1kg in young trees, surface with good integration in the early stages of production

 

Mixtures :
50 – 150 lt per cubic meter

Available packages

1lt, 5lt, 18lt, 50lt

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