An important step towards successful agricultural production is to learn about all its segments, as well as how the means we use to grow plants work. The agronomist team introduces you to important microbial processes, which are responsible for thedevelopment of roots, seeds and fruits of plants.
The results of numerous scientific studies have shown that chemical fertilizers origin for the content of toxic substances may be associated with adverse effects exhibited on human health, reproduction, problems with blood and liver as well as the emergence of hyperactivity children. Also, we must not neglect the negative impact that excessive use of these […]Details
Nitrogen (N2) is the most abundant gas in the atmosphere (≈78%). The plants are nitrogen necessary for the synthesis of amino acids or protein. However, the nitrogen in the atmosphere in the form in which the plant can not adopt. The plants are only accessible in the form of ammonium and nitrate. Bacteria (so-called, fixing […]Details
Phosphorus participates in the structure of very important cellular compounds such as nucleic acids, phospholipids, compounds rich in energy and controls many physiological processes such as cell division, photosynthesis, the adoption of carbohydrates. The land is located in very small quantities. Compensates for the use of fertilizers, which rapidly become immobilized in the soil and […]Details
What microbial processes affect the development of your plants?
Fertilizers and other means for the treatment of soil and fruit are an indispensable part of vegetables, farming, fruit and horticulture. In particular, it is recommended to use biofertilizers, i.e. natural alternatives, as opposed to fertilizers of chemical origin.
Plants need amino acids from these products that are directly included in its metabolism – but also elements suchas phosphorus or nitrogen, which enable other microbial processes.
Everything you need to know about microbial processes
Our experts bring you closer to the processes of biofertilization, nitrogen fixation, phosphoromineralization, as well as other microbial processes that lead to the development of your plants and juicy fruits.