It is a natural organic fertilizer obtained from dejections (manure) of birds raised on Toneli farms, on the ground and on the ground with access to outdoors.
The manure is pelletized after a maturation period of at least 90 weeks, being certified for use in organic farming.
It is rich in nutrients, helping to enrich the quality of the soil, it is easy to spread on the soil or it is incorporated into the soil in autumn to provide the minerals needed for plants in spring.
Pelletized manure contains the entire range of nutrients in a biologically balanced proportion: biologically active substances, easily biodegradable and water soluble necessary for plants, able to increase soil fertility.
Advantages of using pelletized manure
|Organic matter by calcination loss
|2.00 - 3.5
|1.5 - 2.0
|3.5 - 5.5
Each fertilizer contains varying amounts of certain minerals that help the plants as follows:
- Nitrogen: helps to form proteins in the plant and stimulates the growth of the stem and leaves;
- Phosphorus: helps the soil breathe and brings an energy supply;
- Potassium: gives firmness to the plant and helps it to form strong roots.
We recommend applying the fertilizer on the ground, in autumn or spring, a few days before sowing for the biological activation of the soil. It is effective on the following types of crops: field crops, vegetables, vines, fruit trees, small areas, clay soils, sandy soils. To establish the optimal dose depending on soil type and crop, we recommend you to consult a specialist.
Store in a dry place, away from direct sunlight. Once the package has been opened, unused fertilizer should be hermetically sealed. The shelf life is unlimited under the above storage conditions. The nutrient values of the fertilizer are valid at the time of packaging and may change depending on the mode and duration of storage.
Testing in collaboration with the research institutes:
ICDLF Vidra, ICDLF Buzau, ICDP Pitesti-Maracineni
The fertilizer can be effectively used:
for crops in greenhouses / solarium crops; gardens / fields
The results may vary depending on:
soil, rotation of crops and varieties, climatic conditions