Bio-fertilizer from red californian worm
Advantages of the Bio-fertilizer
Why the bio-fertilizer instead the chemical and manure fertilizers
Results from the use of the Bio-fertilizer
Application and dosage
FERTILIZING ARABLE AREAS
Use from 200 to 400 liters per decare
SEED TREATMENT PRIOR TO PLANTING
0,150 l. bio-fertilizer is mixed in 1 l. water and left to stay for 12 hours. The seeds have to stay in thus percolated mixture for 5 – 6 hours.
VEGETABLE CROPS IN CASE OF BIOLOGICAL AND CONVENTIONAL AGRICULTURE:
Use from 100 to 500 liters per decare depending on the particular soil characteristics. Upon cluster sowing, spread the bio-fertilizer uniformly on each and any clusters or seed beds.
In case of direct sowing spread the bio-fertilizer uniformly along the whole surface.
FRUIT TREES, BUSHES AND GRAPE VINES
When planting at the bottom of the hole pour:
- 2-4 liters tree bio-fertilizer;
- 1-2 liters per cluster;
- 0,5 liter per vine sprout.
Feeding: during the spring and fall mix 1 – 3 liters bio-fertilizer with the soil under the tree’s root system; 0.5 – 1.5 liters per a vine or a bush.
Sowing: 1 part bio-fertilizer to be mixed with 4 parts soil.
Feeding: mix 2-4 spoons bio-fertilizer and pour them in the upper soil’s layer bimonthly.
0,5 l. bio-fertilizer to be sprayed on 1 square meter, and dug in the upper soil’s layer.
PLANTING GARDEN ROSES
Planting: dig up a hole 20-30 cm. deep, and at the bottom thereof pour 1 liter rose bio-fertilizer;
Feeding: during the spring and fall – 0.5 liters per rose root.
Sowing: 0.3 – 0.5 bio-fertilizer on square meter to be sprayed on the area to be sowed, and the upper soil’s layer to be tilled. After that plant the seeds.
Feeding: Pour 0.2 – 0.3 per square meter (after mowing), aerate and water the soil lavishly.