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Organically certified Microbial digested blend of selected marine crustaceans fortified with fulvic acid
Organic microbially active fertiliser, packed with vital amino acids and growth hormones
Organically certified digested kelp with plant beneficial microbes.
Organically certified sticker/spreader
A microbial digested blend of amino acids and kelp with macro and micro nutrients
A microbial digested blend of amino acids, kelp and macro/micro nutrients.
Microbially digested kelp fortified with plant beneficial microbes
Microbially Actve Foliar Fertliser. Packed with Vital Amino acids. Balanced with trace elements and micro nutrients
Soft Rock Phosphate is a clay material, which increases the cation exchange capacity of the soil which allows the soil to hold more positively charged nutrients such as; calcium, potassium, magnesium and trace elements.
Microbially active foliar fertiliser fortified with macro and micronutrients.
Unique liquid that blends and digests phosphorous acid and calcium carbonates together
Provides plants with a quick response to Potassium deficiency.
One of the key ingredients in Profert® is the addition of mycorrhizal fungi (AM) spores. Mycorrhizal fungi are part of the beneficial microbes that live in the plant rhizosphere. They form symbiotic structures with the plant roots. Through this points, the fungi will provide nutrients to the plant that otherwise would not be accessible. On the other hand, the plant will feed his fungal partner with sugars that have been produced during the photosynthesis.
The combination of an amino acid nutrition and the mycorrhizal fungi results in improved plant growth and general health in a noticeably shorter time frame than conventional chemical fertilisers.
WHY PROFERT® WORKS SO WELL
The unique ambient (room) temperature process used in developing Profert® means that the beneficial microbes which breakdown marine protein are unharmed throughout the process and continue to increase in numbers over time, improving soil biology and plant nutrition. This process creates nutrients in the form of absorbable amino acids which are immediately available to the crop.
Mycorrhizal fungi will remain as a spore form until they find a proper root to colonise. These fungi will supply the plant with many different soil nutrients. But they are specialised in Phosphorous relocation. This eventually means that the plant will have a much better nutrition in general and in phosphorous in particular.
The Mycorrhizal fungi spores added into our Profert belong to the endomycorrhizal group. This type of fungi will form symbiotic structures with more than 85% of the plant botanical species, including most agriculture crops, ornamentals and fruit trees. The species in our product include:
Profert® has been obtained naturally from marine sources and no artificial amino acids have been included. The complete amino acid profile of the product is as follows:
Profert® can be mixed and applied with most commonly used pesticides, however Profert® should not be used with selected herbicides (mainly of the metsulfuron family).
We strongly recommend checking labels for compatibility as well as pre testing in a small area prior to widespread application.
Profert® is available in the following containers:
20L and 1000L
Shelf Life up to 12 months from manufacture
Profert® should be stored at ambient temperature conditions. It is recommended to be stored out of direct sunlight, but within a well lit area so that the microbial digestion process within the product continues.
Drought is a devastating natural hazard, due to the negative effects of the climatic change, the percentage of the planet affected by drought has more than doubled in the last 40 years (FAO). Water deficit in plants is considered as one of the major abiotic stresses (Jaleel et al., 2009). Plants exposed to severe drought
Lupins: A global perspective Lupins, which are members of the legume family,originated more or less simultaneously in both North and South America and in the Mediterranean, and have a rich history as a food starting with both the early Egyptian and pre-Incan civilizations. The Roman agriculturists also recognized lupins for their role in soil fertility
December 19, 2019