Bio-fertiliser – a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to artificial manure
Contributes to increased vegetation and better moisture retention
Bio-fertiliser increases crop yield while making agriculture and food production more sustainable. Bio-fertiliser replaces or complements synthetic fertilisers. In addition to essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, bio-fertiliser possesses soil-improving properties and is suitable for spreading on clay-rich and light soils. Its nutrient content and structures contribute to enhanced plant growth and moisture retention.
Non-toxic and nutrient-rich bio-fertiliser.
We offer three bio-fertiliser products, all certified according to SPCR-120. The certification ensures that decomposed materials are clean, source-separated, and biologically easy to break down. They should also originate from the food and/or fodder chain.
Safe deliveries and stable prices
Bio-fertiliser reduces the agricultural reliance on imported mineral fertilisers, and with long-term delivery contracts, farmers can secure access to bio-fertiliser at stable prices unaffected by volatile global market prices.
24-26% DS (dry substance content)
Delivered in containers
Biohumus is dewatered digestate from biogas production. The humus is nutrient-rich and suitable for replacing peat, for example, as a substrate in greenhouse production.
Currently, peat is used for cultivating potted plants and container-grown vegetables. Peat is harvested from natural peat bogs, which affects delicate ecosystems and leads to greenhouse gas emissions. By replacing peat with biohumus, greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.
Biospets is a pumpable vaporizer concentrate with a high nitrogen content. Biospets can be advantageously used to increase nitrogen concentration in manure pits.
It is delivered by tanker truck
Liquid bio manure
Our liquid biofertilizer can be used the same way as liquid fertilizer but with a better nutritional composition.
It is delivered by tanker truck.