BIOHUMUS – eco friendly and safe organic fertilizer.

In order to ensure global food security of a growing population of the planet and struggle against hunger leading economies use chemical elements to produce many tones of mineral fertilisers.

Mineral fertilisers raise dramatically the level of crop yield, but at the same time they cause salinization of soil, destruction of soil structure, washing-out of humus (basic source of soil fertility) and complete destruction of soil microflora and fauna, which results in soil infertility.

More and more people have recently been being concerned about their health and prosperity of next generations. Anyone can afford to live on a healthy soil, enjoy healthful fruits rich of vitamins and sweet odours of plants being certain of their ecological cleanness and safety.

Organic fertilisers are an effective solution to one's concerns of ecology and health of soil and plants.

It takes hundreds of years for a 1-cm layer of humus to be generated in natural environment. Humus layer may be enhanced by 1 cm in 3-5 years, if we add compost, manure or mulch to the soil, where soil bacteria will process them into the forms, which can be appropriated by plants. But it is a long and inefficient method. It can be accelerated with biotechnology. Earthworms process organic material (manure or compost) much faster and more completely than soil microorganisms do in the process of composting. Along with soil earthworms digest large amounts of crop residues, nematodes, microbes, fungi and algae. Together with coprolith (soil masses excreted by worms) worms produce large amounts of humus, proper microflora, amino acids, enzymes, vitamins and other bioactive substances, which depress pathogenic microflora of the soil.

In addition, organic matter processed by worms loses the smell, gets disinfected and neutralized, granulates and acquires an attractive scent of soil. Earthworms produce an efficient organic fertiliser, which ensures ample harvest and ecologically clean production.

Humus impact upon soil fertility has a complex nature. It is known that humic substances have an influence on plant's metabolism, catalyse oxidative enzymes, which, in turn, intensify energy exchange in cells. As a result, plants get more resistant to ground frosts and diseases, better absorb plant food elements and increase their productivity. Humic acids have good sorption properties and depress toxic effect of heavy metals upon plants.

EBG Biohumus is derived from composted cattle manure processed by earthworms. It surpasses all known organic fertilisers in the content of basic plant food elements. It is rich in beneficial microflora and growth stimulants, contains no plant disease agents and weed seeds; enhances germinating capacity and establishment of plants; increases crop yield; improves soil structure, fruit palatability and storage quality; ensures early (1-2 weeks earlier) fruit ripening. EBG Biohumus enriches soil with bacteria, enzymes, humic acids, vitamins and natural antibiotics beneficent for plant health.

EBG Biohumus is efficient in open ground and in greenhouses, and especially when applied to exhausted and contaminated soils (including those contaminated with mineral fertilisers). It is a loose small-grained (1-3 mm grains) substance with moisture content of up to 50-60%. It is of black colour and has no odour. The product has a good water-absorbing capacity, contains no pathogenic organisms, weed seeds and harmful impurities. N, P, K content is, correspondingly, 2.5%, 1.5% and 1.8%. Organic matter content above 60% and pH value is 6.5 - 7.5.

Nutrients present in biohumus are bound with humic acids and contain all the necessary for plants macro- and microelements, as well as biogenic calcium. Food elements contained in biohumus interact with soil mineral substances and form complex compounds with them. As a result, they get protected from washing-out and rapid dissolution in water and provide long-term nourishment of plants.

It is not solely a humic fertiliser but also a unique microbiologic fertiliser, which contains a range of fertility-beneficent soil microorganisms. When added to soil it maintains natural microbe associations characteristic for healthy soil.

It is impossible to 'oversaturate' the soil with biohumus. You may add as many biohumus as you have. HUMUS is a pool of organic compounds contained in soil but absent in life forms or their remnants preserving anatomical organisation. Humus accounts for 85-90% of organic matter contained in soil and is a vital criterion for its fertility assessment.

HUMUS is a pool of organic compounds contained in soil but absent in life forms or their remnants preserving anatomical organisation. Humus accounts for 85-90% of organic matter contained in soil and is a vital criterion for its fertility assessment.

HUMUS is made of individual (including specific) organic compounds, results of their interaction, as well as organic compounds in the form of organo-mineral formations.

HUMUS is a waste product of soil organisms, principally, earthworms. First to mention their role in generation of humus was Charles Darwin.

Plants cannot appropriate humic substances directly. It was proved by Pryanishnikov in early 20th century. It is symbiotic microorganisms that decompose humus for plants.

BIOHUMUS (vermicompost) is an organic fertiliser generated by earthworms processing the composted cattle manure. It is 10-12 times more effective than compost.

BIOHUMUS is the best of existing organic fertilisers. It is a "cocktail" of macro- and microelements, enzymes and organic substances packed into coproliths, a package ideal for appropriation by plants.

VERMICOMPOST makes any soil fertile in a natural manner.

As a result of vermicomposting heavy metals get their toxic properties depressed as they form sparingly soluble complex compounds, which can hardly be appropriated by plants.

Biohumus essentially differs from other organic fertilisers by high concentration of water-soluble nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Microelements take more mobile forms as well. Along with vermicompost soil receives microorganisms vital for its healthy state and their waste products: phytohormones, which accelerate plant growth.