Bioproferm

                                                                                                  

     Bioproferm (Biological Product of Fermentation, herein referred to as "the fertilizer") is a biologically fermented mix of valuable organic materials: animal farming waste (chicken manure, manure and bedding of cattle and pigs) combined with peat, saw-dust, and straw. The fertilizer production is based on the technology of controlled aerobic thermophilic biological fermentation, which converts the raw materials into a high-quality pasteurized organic fertilizer (conforming with the technical specifications TU U 24.1-36933042-001:2010).

     At a certain stage of the fermentation process, the biomass temperature gets as high as 70-75оC, and stays at that level for several days; these conditions are sufficient to pasteurize the fertilizer. This procedure:

     Ensures the biological safety of the product, killing the pathogenic microorganisms and helminth, and rendeding weed seeds unviable; the unpleasant smell is also removed. Increases the concentration and optimizes the nutritious components available for the plants. 

    Reduced the amount of cellulose, hemicellulose, and pectic substances, which cause the soluble forms of nitrogen and phosphor to transform into less digestible organic forms.

     The sanitary and epidemiologic safety of the fertilizer is certified by the appropriate tests performed by the sanitation and epidemics control service.

     At the maturation stage, the fertilizer shows a rather high level of biological activity (1 g of the fertilizer contains over 1 billion of useful microorganisms). 

   Advantages of Organic Fertilizers

       Despite a relatively low nutrient content, the organic fertilizers have significant advantages over other ways of improving the crop yield. A notable feature of organic fertilizers is the presence of nitrogen in an insoluble form, as well as the gradual release of nutrients from the substrate.

       According to the modern understanding, the humus and other organic components of soil serve several functions:

- mobilizing the nutrients contained in the soil, which allows a larger effect at lower concentrations of nutrients, e. i. with a more economical application;

- gradually release the nutrients, preventing rapid and stressful transitions from abundance to deficiency;

- help stabilize and preserve the soil humidity;

- improve the soil structure; and

- prevent soil erosion.

      The calcium content of Bioproferm facilitates in the reduction of soil acidity.

      Based on its agrochemical properties, the fertilizer is classified as a complex, water-retentive, heat insulating product, easily granulated and improving the physical and agrochemical properties of the soil.

Application

Recommended fertilization dosage: 2 to 6 tons per hectare. The final amount of fertilization should be calculated depending on the crop, planned yield, and agrochemical properties of the soil. It is recommended to introduce the fertilizer before the cultivation or comprehensive soil treatment in spring/in autumn, by broadcasting or locally (in strips, rows, bunches, or holes).

Important!!!

During the introduction of Bioproferm into the soil, make sure to thoroughly mix the fertilizer withthe soil! The optimal way is to introduce Bioproferm into moist soil or to moisturize the soil withwater before sowing or planting the crops!

 Recommendations on use of Bioproferm organic fertilizer for household and garden plots.  

Crop

 

Dose and application method

 

 

Basic fertilizer

Nutrition

Vegetable crops:

- cole crop

- root crops (carrot, parsley, celery, radish, beet etc.)

- onions (bulb onion, purret, garlic)

- tuber crops (potato)

- fruit vegetables (legumes, tomatoes, eggplants, pepper etc.)

- cucurbits (cucumber, marrow, patty pan squash)

 - gourds (melon, water melon, pumpkin)

 

 

- 50-100 g during planting in each seedbed or bunch, mixing with soil, or  

- 100-150 g per meter run in furrow sole, mixing with soil,

or

- 0,3-0,6 kg/ m²  under spudding through soil

 

 

 

 

 

- 0,2-0,5 kg/m²   around the footstalk during vegetation

 

Herbaceous (leaf) one-year crops:

Salad, dill, spinach etc.

 

Perennial vegetables:

Sorrel, rhubarb, horse radish etc.

 

- 100-150 g. per meter run in furrow sole, mixing with soil, or

- 0,2-0,5 kg/ m² under spudding through soil

Fruit trees:

 

2-3 kg - during planting in seedbed, mixing with soil

-1-1,5 kg/ m² in pan, annually in spring/autumn for 1-4 year trees ;

1-2 kg/ m² in pan for mature trees in spring

Currant shrubs:

1-1,5 kg during planting in seedbed, mixing with soil

- 0,5 kg under the bush in spring/autumn

Strawberry:

- 50-70 g  during planting in each seedbed or bunch, mixing with soil, or  

- 0,4-0,6 kg/m² under spudding through soil

0,3-0,5 kg/ m²  - mulching around the footstalk in spring/autumn

Grape:

 

- 1 kg in seedbed during planting, mixing with soil;

- 1-2 kg around the footstalk in spring/autumn

Shortgrass:

 

- 100-200 g/m²  - basic application under preplanting cultivation

- 50-100 g/m²- annually in spring/autumn

Flourish, ornamental plants:

- houseplants, flower transplant seedlings

 

- ornamental shrubs

 

 

20-30 g - on surface, around footstalk, copious irrigation;

100-300 g during planting under the bush, mixing with soil

 

20 g - surface, around the footstalk

50-100 g - surface, around the footstalk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Approximate norms of Bioproferm organic fertilizer application

for farms  

Crop

Application norm

Optimal period for basic application

grain, pulse,

   industrial

1,5-4 t/ha

 

 

 

autumn, spring

vegetable, small fruit,

gourds:

 

 3-6 t/ha

(local in dropping strips)

fruit trees, currant shrubs: 

 

1-3 kg/ plant

herbs, shortgrass:

 

1-2 t/ha