Biohumus (XXX biomull = Biohumus?) provides valuable nutrients and enhances soil quality
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 results in greenhouse gas emissions. By replacing peat with biohumus, greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.
In traditional farming, biohumus is suitable for spreading on clay-rich soils as it contains nutrients and structures that contribute to increased growth and crop quality.