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Adsoil soil conditioner

Adsoil soil conditioner


Adsoil - natural granular conditionerfor soils with unique sorption properties

Adsoil is made from natural microporous material - diatomite. Using the natural soil conditioner Adsoil, you can properly organize the root zone, improve the structure of the soil and - get a high-quality sod.
Adsoil is an environmentally friendly and chemically inert material.

The main advantages of Adsoil:

- Reduces frequent irrigation
- Prevents soil caking
- Protects the soil from sudden temperature fluctuations
- Reduces the need for fertilizers
- Normalizes the level of water and air content in the soil
- Promotes the elimination of unwanted salts and heavy metals

Scope of application of Adsoil:

- Sports fields, stadiums
- Landscaping
- Greenhouses and plant nurseries
- All types of landscaping

Physicochemical characteristics of the soil conditioner Adsoil

IndicatorsADSOIL
EXTRAUNIVERSAL
Fractional size, mm0,3 – 2,00,3 – 6,0
Bulk density, kg / m3430460
Water absorption (ASTM F 726),%130110
Specific gravity, g / cm32,0
pH6,4
Chemical composition, %:
SiO2
Al2O3
Fe2O3
CaO

88,52
5,89
2,72
0,37

Sieve analysis

ADSOIL EXTRAADSOIL UNIVERSAL
Sieve size, mm%Sieve size, mm%
> 2.00.0> 6.00.2
1.5-2.014.24.0-6.015.3
1.0-1.528.02.0-4.015.3
0.7-1.015.81.0-2.023.8
0.5-0.726.30.8-1.014.6
0.3-0.513.10.3-0.828.7
<0.32.6<0.32.1

Contacts of the group of companies "Diamix"

Tel .: +7 (8422) 42-08-37
Fax: +7 (8422) 42-08-36
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.diamix.eu

About Diamix

Diamix specializes in the extraction, development and research of diatomite, and is also the largest industrial and production base in Russia.
The Diamix group of companies pays serious attention to quality control of its products. Historically, the company has a reputation as a long-term reliable partner among its customers around the world, strictly adhering to all contractual conditions and strictly adhering to product specifications, and most importantly, responding quickly and responsively to the actions of its consumers.
Since 2005, the company's Quality Management System has been certified for compliance with ISO standards by the largest German audit companies. Since 2009 - according to ISO 9001: 2008 standards.
The quality of products and the production system are also monitored annually by the largest consumers of the company. The Diamix group of companies aims to maintain a quality management system based on the value chain, as well as to continuously improve the quality of service in accordance with the requirements of its customers.


Bacopa ampelnaya - growing from seeds at home

Bacopa gives an amazing charm to balconies, terraces, flower beds. Saplings can be found in garden stores or grown on their own from seeds. Features of caring for bacopa, growing from seeds, are presented in this article. Admirers of this plant should also learn about watering, wintering, breeding bacopa.

Plant Description Bacopa or Sutera is an aquatic plant commonly found in aquariums. It comes from areas of South Africa, and also grows in the Canary Islands. Ampel Bacopa is very popular in balconies and gardens.

The plant has a creeping shape. Small flowers with 5 petals grow from the corners of the leaves. There are so many flowers that the British call the bacopa snow flakes. A characteristic feature is the closure of flowers at night. The flowers are very small, depending on the variety, they are simple or double. Names such as purple and pink bacopa can often be heard, but the most common are white flowers.

The plant has a characteristic odor that is felt only in the immediate vicinity. Bacopa has many different varieties.

Planting and Care Bacopa is a flower recommended for more experienced gardeners who know how to handle plants and what is the most important parameter in their growth and development. This is not the easiest flower to grow for beginners. Requirements for the landing site, soil.

The ideal place for growing bacopa is the southeast exposure. Despite being African in origin, the sutera needs a few hours of light shade during the hot afternoon hours. Bacopa loves the following soils: fertile, humus, permeable, moderately moist, soil pH - from neutral to slightly acidic. Maintaining proper moisture content is a very important factor in the entire development process. It is necessary to protect thin shoots from strong winds that are not conducive to proper development, which can damage the plant.

Bacopa is propagated in 2 ways: seeds, cuttings.

If you are hesitant to grow bacopa from seed at home, you can purchase seedlings from your garden store. It is necessary to choose plants that are well bushy, abundantly flowering. A bad seedling is unlikely to give an abundantly flowering plant. Bacopa can be sown with seeds for seedlings in February-March. The seeds are very well accepted in soil consisting of 1 part flower soil and 1 part any baking powder. When the seedlings sprout (after 1-2 weeks) and 4 true leaves appear, they are dived into large pots. Cuttings are cut in the spring from a plant that spends the winter in a room. Cuttings root in fertile, well-drained and moist soil. Bacopa can be planted in open ground or pots on the balcony when the probability of recurrent frosts passes - usually in the second half of May. The planting scheme of seedlings is at a distance of 25 × 25 cm.

If you need a lot of seedlings next year, it is worth trying to store the plant all winter. Bacopa is cut at a height of 20 cm above the ground and transferred to a bright room with a temperature of about 10 ° C, but not more than 20 ° C. Bacopa pots should not be placed above a heating radiator, because the soil can become too dry, which can lead to the drying out of the plant. On the balcony, we can keep it in spring or late spring, depending on the temperature. The best time to move the pots to the balcony is April, when there is no frost, the weather is more moderate.

In the spring, the pots are transferred to a room with a higher temperature and new shoots are awaited. Cuttings are made from young shoots.

Careful care of the seedlings at home is necessary, including optimal watering. The first main problem is the sensitivity of seedlings to the slightest drying out of the soil. Containers in which Bacopa are planted need to be moistened regularly so that the soil never dries out. However, the plant does not tolerate excess water, therefore, when planning planting in a pot with other flowers or on its own, it is necessary to add 1/3 of the volume of any loosening agent to the soil - vermiculite, perlite, aquarium gravel with a grain diameter of up to 0.5 mm. This will avoid the excess water that occurs in clogged, compacted peat.

Due to its rapid growth and abundant flowering, the plant should be fed regularly, like pelargonium or surfinia. It is better to add liquid compound fertilizer along with water every second watering, but half the dose. It is worth looking for a type of fertilizer intended directly for feeding bacopa or surfinia, pelargonium. This is due to the fact that Bacopa is sensitive to iron deficiency in the substrate. Fertilizers for pelargonium and surfinia contain a lot of iron in an easily available form. If the flower is iron deficient, it does not bloom well despite efforts to maintain it.

Bacopa tolerates early autumn frosts well. Therefore, it is transferred to wintering quite late. It is assumed that frost to minus 5 ° C will not harm her.

If you store Bacopa in ordinary rooms that are too warm and dry, spider mites will quickly appear. Dealing with it is difficult. Sometimes aphids attack the flower; a soap solution is used to fight the insect. When storing plants in a cool room, if you do not take care of the permeability of the soil, it is easy to get excess water and root rot.

Bacopa looks very attractive on a balcony or terrace. Because of its long and dense shoots, it is better to use hanging containers, hanging pots, planters. It can also be grown as a climbing plant for amazing decorative effects. This plant is ideal for flower arrangements, especially with other ampelous plants. It is standard practice to grow bacopa in combination with pelargonium or surfinia.

Other tall flowers can be planted in pots. In boxes you can try: standing varieties of verbena kufeyu bristle flower lobelia dwarf snapdragon.

Care must be taken when combining bacopa with other flowers, take into account the requirements of both plants, for example: a pot of geraniums are placed in a sunny place, a combination with a bristle flower is in partial shade.

Growing suters in compositions can also involve combining different color varieties of this type with each other, which will look aesthetically pleasing. Growing bacopa in compositions can also consist in choosing different color varieties of this species, which together will look aesthetically pleasing.

Guided by the aforementioned requirements and how to care for these flowers on the balcony and in the open field, you can be sure that the plants will grow faster, and growing, reproducing, watering and caring for the bacopa will not cause problems. The added benefit of proper cultivation is the lower risk of disease. Bacopa is an ideal plant for balconies and terraces, creating a dramatic green accent. With good care, you can try growing these plants from seed yourself.


Adsoil soil conditioner - garden and vegetable garden

Distinctive features of humic fertilizer GumiTorf

Humic fertilizer (potassium humate) Humi Peat is a natural regulator of plant growth and development, obtained from ecologically pure lowland peat. The unique technology for the production of fertilizers allows you to extract from peat and preserve the entire complex of biologically active substances created by nature itself: humic, himatomelanic and fulvic acids (the latter are based on a wide range of low molecular weight organic substances: amino acids, carbohydrates (glucose, fructose, mannose, sucrose, etc.), water-soluble carboxylic acids, among which succinic, oxalic, malic, fumaric, gallic, citric, benzoic, salicylic, etc. .), vitamins (B1, B2, B12, PP, etc.), macro- and microelements in the form of bioavailable organic compounds. The company is currently producing fertilizer containing the active ingredient (humic and fulvic acids) - 40-50 g / l, incl. humic acids - 30-35 g / l (Humi Peat in accordance with GOST R 54249-2010). We also produce fertilizer GumiTorf-F in accordance with GOST R 54249-2010 with a content of humic acids up to 10 g / l.

Purpose:
Fertilizer Humi Peat is intended for all types of agricultural crops in any soil and climatic zones, it is recommended at all stages of plant growth and development - from pre-sowing seed treatment and spraying of plants during the growing season to soil treatment after harvest. It can be used in "organic" farming to obtain environmentally friendly products.

Mode of application:
Humi Peat is used in the form of a working solution both independently and in tank mixtures with plant protection products and soluble fertilizers within the framework of planned treatments. The fertilizer is completely soluble in water, which makes it possible to use it in modern drip irrigation systems.

Spectrum of action:

  • increase the yield of various crops by 10-50% or more
  • accelerate the ripening of the crop by 10-12 days
  • improve the safety of the crop during storage
  • activate the activity of soil microorganisms
  • increase the water-holding capacity of the soil, preserve its properties during intensive irrigation
  • reduce soil acidity and salinity
  • bind heavy metals, radionuclides, pesticide residues in the soil, forming complexes insoluble in the soil solution with them, which makes their entry into plants, soil and groundwater and the atmosphere impossible
  • restore and improve soil fertility
  • enhance the development of the root system of plants and their respiration
  • improve the survival rate of seedlings, seedlings and seedlings when transplanting
  • increase the resistance of plants to unfavorable environmental factors (drought, excessive moisture, frost)
  • protect plants from bacterial and fungal diseases
  • to produce better and more environmentally friendly products (with a high content of vitamins, sugars and other valuable substances)
  • to increase the efficiency of mineral fertilizers and pesticides, reducing their use by 20-40%.

Research institutes and agricultural enterprises of Russia have established a high efficiency of application Fertilizers GumiPatf on different cultures. Economic benefit from use Humi Peat tens of times higher than the cost of its acquisition.

Differences from other humates:

From other industrial humic fertilizers Humi Peat has a higher biological activity, which is due to the high content, primarily fulvic acid, as well as humic, himatomelanovykh, structural features of their molecules, the presence of a unique complex of biologically active substances and a wide range of microelements that enhance the effect of fertilizer.

Fulvic acids, which are based on amino acids, sugars and water-soluble carboxylic acids (succinic, methyl succinic, citric, malic, fumaric, salicylic, benzoic, gallic, etc.) contained in Humi Peat, especially necessary for plants in the initial period of their growth and development, which is extremely important in countries with arid climates. Having a relatively low molecular weight, they easily penetrate cell membranes, facilitate the supply of nutrients to plants, increase the energy of seed germination, development of the root system and the growth of vegetative mass.

Humic acids are high molecular weight compounds and at the first stage they undergo hydrolytic cleavage to low molecular weight substances. In this case, a special role is assigned to the soil microbiota. This process is long in time, especially at low moisture content and biological activity of the soil, thus, the action of humic acids begins later, from the period of flowering and the formation of ovaries, following the action of fulvic acids. That is, there is a step-by-step effect of various components of the fertilizer at the corresponding physiological phases of plant development.
Thus, Gumi Peat effectively acts on plants throughout the growing season: from the moment of seed germination to the ripening of the crop.

The composition of humic acids in Humitorf is characterized by a large proportion of functional groups that determine the high biological activity of the fertilizer, namely (meq / mol):

  • Phenolic groups - 5.63
  • Carboxyl groups - 3.25
  • Quinoid groups - 5.35
  • Ketone groups - 1.75
  • Ester groups and lactones - 0.87
  • Iodine number - 1.25

Microbiological and sanitary-bacteriological studies have shown that peat and sapropelfrom which to produce Humi Peatcontains various groups of microorganisms with high physiological activity. Bacteria and actinomycetes in peat exhibit antibacterial properties to a greater extent to gram-positive, pathogenic, and opportunistic microorganisms. In the process of hydropercussion structuring humic substances from peat (with a gradual change in temperature) microelements pass into water-soluble forms (chelates). When applying Fertilizers GumiPatf microorganisms are actively involved in the breakdown of high molecular weight components humic substances to low molecular weight, with a high penetrating ability through the cell membranes of plants. This increases the strength of growth, the root system and the plant as a whole develop rapidly.

A huge amount of humic and fulvic acids has been created by nature. They are generally classified by molecular weight. If we consider them schematically, then

under the number 1 (one) humic and fulvic acids obtained from peat can be located. Under the number 2 (two), humic and fulvic acids can be located, produced from coal and legnins, they practically completely lack soil microorganisms that contribute to the improvement of plant nutrition. Under the number 3 (three), the full range of varieties will be occupied by humic and fulvic acids, as well as a huge content of microelements obtained from the peat-sapropel concentrate "GumiTorf", manufactured by the specialists of NPK Hydrointech LLC, Berezovsky. Accordingly, this concentrate contains a greater amount of organometallic complexes (chelates). Due to its chelating ability, phosphate molecules bound to iron, aluminum, magnesium, calcium are released, followed by chelation of the gummed acid molecules with these metals in a form more accessible to the plant. Another important factor is the proposed peat-sapropel concentrate stimulates the creation of a powerful and branched root system, which, in turn, leads to an increase in green mass and an increase in yield, the production of root exudates (exudates), thereby enriching the soil microbiota.

The advantage of the drug can be attributed to the ability to start the natural biocenosis of soils, since it contains only pure cultures of useful soil microorganisms found in the raw material of peat and sapropel that have undergone heat treatment. The presence of soil microorganisms confirms the fact that peat is used for the preparation of composts, and sapropel is used at treatment plants for the processing of municipal wastewater in large cities to convert nitrite nitrogen into a gaseous form.

TSC is a full spectrum from low to high molecular weight compounds of humic and fulvic acids.

The high content of vitamins and amino acids in the preparation makes it available for plants and microorganisms living in the soil. A highly concentrated product based on humic acids and microelements in a chelated form (humic and humic acid acts as a chelating agent) makes it possible to reduce the application of mineral fertilizers by 50%, and with constant use of technology, completely abandon the mineral chemical nutrition of plants, while obtaining higher yields all agricultural and other cultivated crops. At the same time, excluding the process of mandatory deoxidation of the soil by liming (the introduction of lime fluff 6 t / ha), phosphotizing.

Possible costs for bacterial fertilizers are specially prepared preparations of soil microorganisms that have the ability to improve soil fertility and enhance the nutrition of agricultural plants.

P.S. The quality of the product is evidenced by the fact that the Ural gardeners dubbed it "soil balsam".

Products - HumiTorfGumin preparations based on peat and sapropel

Liquid humic fertilizer Humi Peat is used in crop production to increase the yield of various agricultural crops by 10-50% or more, increase plant resistance to drought, bacterial and fungal diseases, relieve stress from exposure to pesticides, improve the quality of products, increase the moisture capacity of light soils (on average by 30%) and restoration of their fertility and many others. For 1 dollar spent on Gumi Peat, farmers receive an average of 30-50 dollars in profit (even more when growing vegetables and fruit crops)!

Humic feed additive GumiTorf-K it is used in animal husbandry to increase the productivity and safety of farm animals, including poultry, and fish. GumiTorf-K - growth stimulant, a highly effective reserve for improving the condition of animals, for a more intensive increase in live weight under the same conditions for their feeding and keeping. For $ 1, farmers get an average of $ 20-30 in profit!

In oil and gas production, a preparation based on Humi Peat effective at all stages: from drilling operations to restoration of environmental parameters of soil and water in drilling and oil production areas.

In ecology humic fertilizers Humi Peat used for reclamation of soils contaminated with man-made emissions and wastewater treatment. Providing effective cleaning of soil and water from pollutants, humic substances do not adversely affect flora and fauna.

Preparations based on peat-sapropel concentrate are produced in the following forms:

For agricultural producers - Gumitorf, GumiTorF-F
humic fertilizer (according to GOST R 54249 - 2010)

TSK - peat-sapropel concentrate (GumiTorf-F) ® filtered
Soil conditioner - soil conditioner and unique nutrition for all types of plants

  • TSK GumiTorf-F restores the rheological properties of soils to classical chernozems, has universal ameliorative properties.
  • The preparation contains peat and sapropel (from unique deposits) and saturates the soil with micro-, macroelements, vitamins, amino acids, humic and fulvic acids.
  • The product binds heavy metals, herbicides, radionuclides in the soil.
  • TSK GumiTorf-F has the ability to naturally trigger biocenosis in the soil, therefore it is a universal nutrient for all plant species.

The method of obtaining is patented.
Manufactured in accordance with GOST 54249-2010 and TU 20.15.80.190-002-14741912-2017 in the form of a solution.
Acidity, pH - 6.7
Composition: mass fraction of food elements,%:
Nitrogen (N) - 2.1
Phosphorus (P2O5) - 0.3
Potassium (KO2) - 6.4
mass fraction of humic and fulvic acids, g / l - 10-12
Mass fraction of components that are macro- and microelements mg / kg: Manganese - 104.00 Iron - 606.2 Zinc - 8.1 Copper - 4.9 Boron - 5.1
Mass fraction, mmol / 100g .: exchangeable calcium - 41.7 exchangeable magnesium - 16.6 Ash content - 5.6%.

It is used in the form of a working solution in sprayers and dressing agents of all types for leaf treatments, in drip irrigation systems, combining with liquid mineral components and treatment with plant protection products.

It is used in agriculture as an independent preparation, as well as with other biological products, mineral and other types of dressings, including in conjunction with herbicides-pesticides.
Certificate of Conformity ROSS RU.AD52.N00020, until 13.07.2020

  • Has a versatility of action on plants:
  • increases yield by 10-50% depending on the crop
  • stimulates growth and development
  • relieves stress from pesticides and agrochemicals
  • enhances immunity to diseases
  • improves the ability to adapt to environmental conditions

Contains a unique complex:

The amount of humic and fulvic acids - 10-20 g / l (as part of fulvic acids: amino acids, carbohydrates, water-soluble carboxylic acids), macro- and microelements in the form of bioavailable organic compounds.
Explosion and fire safety
Hazard class - IV (low-hazard product)
Shelf life - 2 years
Packing: cans of 10 l, packing of 20, 50, 100, 200 and 1000 l is also possible

TSK - peat-sapropel concentrate (GumiTorf) ®

Soil Conditioner - Soil Restorer and Unique Nutrition for All Plant Species

  • TSC Gumi Peat restores the rheological properties of soils to classical chernozems, has universal ameliorative properties
  • The preparation contains peat and sapropel (from unique deposits) and saturates the soil with micro-, macroelements, vitamins, amino acids, humic and fulvic acids.
  • The product binds heavy metals, herbicides, radionuclides in the soil.
  • TSK Gumi Peat has the ability to naturally trigger biocenosis in the soil, therefore it is a universal nutrient for all plant species.

The method of obtaining is patented.
Manufactured in accordance with GOST 54249-2010 and TU 0392 - 001 - 14741912 - 2017 in the form of a suspension.
Acidity, pH - 7.2
Composition: mass fraction of food elements,%:
Nitrogen (N) - 2.31
Phosphorus (P2O5) - 0.33
Potassium (KO2) - 6.42
mass fraction of humic and fulvic acids, g / l - 34-35
Mass fraction of components that are macro- and microelements mg / kg: Manganese - 104.00 Iron - 610.22 Zinc - 8.18 Copper - 4.91 Boron - 5.15
Mass fraction, mmol / 100g .: exchangeable calcium - 41.7 exchangeable magnesium - 16.6 Ash content - 15.6%.
It is used for watering all types of plants. In technologies for the restoration of contaminated soils.
It is used in agriculture as an independent preparation, as well as with other biological products, mineral and other types of dressings, including in conjunction with herbicides-pesticides.
Certificate of conformity РОСС RU.АД52.Н00019 until 12.07.2020

Has a versatility of action on plants:

  • increases yield by 10-50% depending on the crop
  • stimulates growth and development
  • relieves stress from pesticides and agrochemicals
  • enhances immunity to diseases
  • improves the ability to adapt to environmental conditions

Explosion and fire safety
Hazard class - IV (low-hazard product)
Shelf life - 2 years
TU 20.15.80.190– 001 - 14741912 - 2017
Certificate of conformity РОСС RU.АД52.Н00019 until 12.07.2020
Packing: cans of 20 liters, packing of 30, 50, 100, 200 and 1000 liters is also possible

For gardeners and gardeners:
Humi Peat - fertilizer humic suspension

Purpose: for all types of horticultural crops, increasing their yield, improving product quality, accelerating the maturation of composts, cleaning the soil from various pollutants (heavy metals, oil products, radionuclides, etc.)

Structure: sum humic and fulvic acids - not less than 30 g / l, nitrogen 1-3 g / l, phosphorus - 100-160 mg / l, potassium - 3.5-15 g / l, silicon, copper, zinc, magnesium, boron, iron, manganese, cobalt.
Explosion and fire safety.
Hazard class - IV (low-hazard product)
Shelf life - 2 years
TU 0392 - 001 - 14741912 - 2017 Certificate of conformity ROSS RU.AD52.N00019 until 12.07.2020
Packing: PET - bottles of 0.1 l. and 0.3 l (80 l. watering solution)

GumiTorf-F - fertilizer humic concentrate

Structure: sum humic and fulvic acids - at least 10 g / l, nitrogen 1-3 g / l, phosphorus - 100-160 mg / l, potassium - 3.5-15 g / l, silicon, copper, zinc, magnesium, boron, iron, manganese, cobalt.
Explosion and fire safety.
Hazard class - IV (low-hazard product)
Shelf life - 2 years
TU 20.15.80.190– 002 - 14741912 - 2017 Certificate of Conformity ROSS RU.AD52.N00020, until 13.07.2020
Packing: PET - bottles of 0.25 l., 0.5 l. (80 l. Solution for watering and spraying)


Urban residents are increasingly choosing country houses for recreation. It is one thing to rent a small house for the summer or to relax in a boarding house, it is quite another to own your own land. Many people dream of a summer cottage and a house in which all family members will be able to relax with pleasure. Particularly attractive are plots located near a river or lake. The question arises of how to choose suburban real estate with an optimal price-quality ratio.

Suburban real estate: the main selection criteria

Experts note that some sites are more popular than others. For example, land plots in the village of Karmanovo, Taldomsky District of the Moscow Region, are considered particularly attractive among proposals on the suburban real estate market. To understand the reasons for the high demand, one should determine the main criteria for choosing a site. These parameters include:

  • transport accessibility
  • level of infrastructure development
  • popularity of the direction
  • presence of reservoirs
  • distance from the city
  • type of permitted use of the site
  • features of soils and groundwater.

If we consider transport accessibility, it is important to pay attention to the quality and congestion of roads in the direction, as well as the presence of public transport stops in the immediate vicinity. If we talk about the land plot in Karmanovo, it is worth noting that the village is located in the northern direction, about 100 km of the city. There is a train stop nearby. Thus, the dacha is quite accessible for those who travel by private and public transport.

In the immediate vicinity of the village is the city of Dubna, which has all the necessary infrastructure for life. The city is located on the Volga River. By the way, this is the only city in the Moscow region located on the Volga. There is also a reservoir. Thus, the owners of suburban real estate have the opportunity to spend their holidays on the water. Beach holidays, water sports - all this is available for owners of suburban real estate.

Another important issue when buying suburban real estate is the type of permitted use of the site. Individual housing construction is a VRI that allows you not only to build a house, but also to settle in it legally. Such land plots, as a rule, are more expensive than, for example, plots for agriculture.

For those who also plan to plant a garden and vegetable garden, the characteristics of the soil and groundwater are important parameters. The quality of the soil will be an additional advantage, even though many modern suburban real estate owners prefer to simply create landscaping on their site.

How to buy a plot

It is very easy to buy a land plot. First, you need to decide on the area of ​​the land plot and evaluate your own cost limits. It is also important to familiarize yourself with the characteristics of the site, learn about all the nuances. Experts will help you to find out-of-town real estate. You can always consult with a realtor and ask all your questions.

The manager will help you choose the best option based on your preferences. You can come to view the land. The next step will be the preparation of all the necessary documents for registration of the site in ownership. Using the advice of a specialist, you can quickly complete a transaction and register the right to property and then legally build a house on the site.


Related products

Description

A soil conditioner is not only stimulating for plants. The soil itself becomes alive. Humic acids promote the growth of beneficial bacteria, namely, they make organic matter available to plants. They cannot assimilate pure manure and compost. First, the bacteria decompose these substances to the available elements, and only then the plants can use all the fertilizing. Humic acids deliver nutrition directly to plant roots.

Good soil is not just fertile soil, it is a whole machine, a plant for the production of plant nutrients. And useful microorganisms work in it, processing rough organic matter into substances available to plants. And humic acids in this system are like a good lubricant for all mechanisms that ensure continuous supply of nutrients.

The soil conditioner is 95% humic acids. This is his secret - he is both a stimulant and a fertilizer at the same time. Moreover, the effect of humic acids does not end with a one-time application to the soil. They continue to work for a long time, maintaining beneficial bacteria and improving soil structure.

Soil conditioner, rapidly increasing the chemical-physical and biological properties of the soil, an effective soil ameliorant. A source of bioactivated humic acids from leonardite to increase the fertility of all types of soils, increase productivity and increase the survival rate of planted plants.

Active substance

Leonardite is the end product of a humification process that lasted 70 million years.

Drug action

Fast-release humic acids, instantly dissolving in the soil solution, stimulate the active growth of the root system and plant development, stabilize the reserves of mineral nitrogen in the soil, which is especially important when using nitrogen fertilizers.

Total organic matter on dry matter * 75-80%
Total humic extract (OGE) per dry matter in ** 90-95%
Natural humic acids from OGE 54-56%
Humic acids (potassium salts) from OGE 40%
Natural fulvic acids from OGE 4-6%
Organic nitrogen (N) per d.m. 1.5%
Phosphorus (P2O5) on d.h. 1.5%
Potassium (K2O) on d.w 1.5%
pH 6.5-7.5

With surface application, the volume indicated in the name has a consumption for one of the following types of crops
Trees 20 sq. M. Over the entire area of ​​the tree crown.
Bushes 40 sq. M throughout the entire area of ​​the crown of the bush.
Tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage and other vegetables 100 sq.m.
Potatoes and root vegetables 200 sq.m.

When applied at the root, the volume indicated in the name has a consumption for one of the following types of crops
Trees 4 sq. M at the bottom of the planting pit.
Bushes 8 sq. M at the bottom of the planting pit.
Tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage and other vegetables 100 sq.m.
Potatoes and root vegetables 200 sq.m.

Recommendations for use

Avoid contact with plant leaves.
To increase efficiency, it is recommended to shed the soil abundantly after fertilizing.

Period of use

It is used for planting crops in the ground and throughout the entire growing season of the plant.

Release form

Black-brown powder in a jar.

Guaranteed shelf life

Real shelf life

Subject to the storage conditions, the shelf life is not limited.

Storage conditions

Store in undamaged, sealed original packaging in dry closed rooms, separate from food, medicine, feed, out of the reach of children and animals. Storage temperature from 0 to +30 degrees.

Hazard Class

4 (low-hazard substance, does not contain toxic and hazardous substances)

Precautions

When working, you should follow the rules of personal hygiene, use gloves. After work, wash your hands with soap and water.

Avoid contact with plant leaves! The product can be applied to the soil by all types of machines, implements and manually. Use as directed or in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations. In some cases, it may be necessary to apply the product more often and / or split into several doses.

1-3 kg / 100 m 2 - before sowing / planting (resumption of development) or with the first application of mineral fertilizers. It is recommended to embed it into the soil to a depth of 2-15 cm. Surface application without embedding into the soil is also possible.

* For a more convenient dosing of the product: 4-5 g - 1 teaspoon, 8-10 g - 1 tablespoon.

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Apocalyptic vegetable garden: anti-crisis crops for survival

Everyone has their own theory of what needs to be done to prepare for survival if some kind of catastrophe happens: an outbreak of conoravirus, natural disasters, economic collapse, and so on. Regardless of the reason for the preparation, there is one common denominator - food of our own production, so it makes sense to practice creating the "apocalyptic vegetable gardens" that are now becoming fashionable.

The essence of the apocalyptic vegetable garden is that it allows you to survive primarily on the products that you grow. If an emergency deprives you of the ability to buy groceries at the supermarket, that will not be the most critical survival factor. As a rule, an acute shortage of food is observed in the first two weeks after the cataclysm.

The planning of such an anti-crisis vegetable garden is important, and its maintenance in working order will be more difficult than just a summer cottage. The strategy should be created in such a way that the food production season lasts as long as possible and crops follow one another, giving the maximum amount of harvest: two, or even three. How to get multiple harvests of potatoes is described in more detail in this article.

You will need to answer the following questions:

  • How many family members will you provide?
  • How much does your family consume now?
  • Will you share your harvest with others?

After you have determined the approximate amount of food, we move on.

Other key factors will be the nutritional value of the crops and the ability of the plants to produce seeds with parental characteristics. Therefore, hybrids are not suitable - only varieties.

We grow peas, beans or root vegetables to obtain carbohydrates, green crops and lentils - to provide the body with iron in order to avoid anemia; tomatoes and berries - for vitamin C asparagus, cucumbers, cabbage and beets - for folic acid.

Pumpkin - a home herbal medicine kit for various diseases - is stored for a long time, like potatoes, without which such a garden is unthinkable, as well as without onions, carrots and garlic.

Cucumbers, tomatoes, beets, carrots, cabbage are easy to preserve and store for the winter. Soaked apples in a barrel will support the immune system in winter, and delicious compotes can be made from cherries, plums, and black chokeberries. Also, list the plants that can be dried or whose fruits are suitable for this.

Now about the seeds. Not only do you need to feed yourself for the first year, you need to be sure that next season you start a cycle with your seeds. Vegetables that produce a lot of seeds include tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, pumpkins, legumes, radishes, and green crops. Avoid cross-pollination between plants and learn tips and tricks for saving seeds from experienced colleagues who have already created their own collections.

Finally, we take into account the growing season for a particular region and how close the site is to the water source. Cool climates will require greenhouses that are better heated. Consider container growing to save floor space.

Soil quality and health is the key to success

Taking into account the fact that in a difficult situation it will be difficult for you to buy chemical mineral fertilizers, take care of the quality of the soil from the very beginning.

First of all, try to achieve the ideal - loam with good drainage, no stones in the soil. Use the practice of sequential trench composting, placing organic matter in long ditches and backfilling with soil, so that you can then make a bed in this place, and take the previous one under compost.

In healthy soil, billions of soil bacteria and earthworms are your helpers as they recycle organic waste (leaves, kitchen waste, etc.) into valuable natural fertilizer.

The best time to start trench composting is in the fall, when most of the crop is harvested and you start planning for the next season with crop rotation in mind. If you are just starting your apocalyptic garden, it is not forbidden to add mineral phosphorus and potassium fertilizers (if necessary, lime) along with organic matter.

Green manure and cover crops - such as fast-growing buckwheat and phacelia in summer and vetch, mustard in autumn - are a tool for increasing the fertility of the site.

Whenever a window appears before planting, plant a cover crop to add organic matter to the soil and weaken the soil structure. In addition, cover crops also act as live mulch for soil protection and weed control during the off-season.

Cut off overwintered cover crops for embedding in the spring several weeks before planting the main plants.

During the growing season, sow fast-growing patrons, such as buckwheat, and then apply as mulch for autumn beds.

Of all the essential plant nutrients, nitrogen deserves special mention. While living soil will continue to process and retain most of the other mineral nutrients, nitrogen is often deficient. You should know that nitrogen nourishes not only plants, but also soil organisms. Therefore, the long term health of the soil depends on nitrogen.

Provide sufficient nitrogen each year before planting, counting all sources that have been added, including organic fertilizers such as blood meal or feather meal (slow release sources), green manure, and common rotted manure. Don't rely too much on compost made from leaves and garden waste - it is not considered to be the main source of nitrogen, although it is great for improving the general condition of the soil.

Loosening rules

It was noted above that soil without stones is important for obtaining a full harvest of root crops. And for the soil, what matters and when we do it.

Prioritize drying out wet spring soil before planting in spring. Digging, walking on wet beds, especially clay beds, will result in compaction and damage to the structure of the soil that we are building so hard. When this happens, you literally squeeze air out of the ground, reducing the oxygen supply for organisms to breathe or roots to grow.

How to check if it's time to loosen? Take a handful of soil in your hand and squeeze. If water leaks out, wait about a week. The soil, which forms a solid ball during molding, is also not yet ready for use, repeat the test also after a week.

Be frugal

You need to learn to save not only seeds, but literally everything around.

For example, pruning trees and shrubs in the spring will provide material for making wood mulch for perennials (so buy a shredder), while pruning from any furniture maker will come in handy for assembling a container for vegetables and herbs (so have a hammer, saw, and nails on hand).

Planting flowers to attract bees is done as a supplement to edible crops. Roses and garlic, nasturtium and cucumbers, potatoes and alyssum, borage and squash are some examples of such flower and vegetable communities.

Planting companion plants is a great way to increase the efficiency of your apocalyptic vegetable garden. The practice of combining complementary plants can be used to attract beneficial insects, repel pests, and ensure better yields of the combined crops. At the same time, some plants do not like each other: potatoes can inhibit the growth of tomatoes and pumpkins, and beans can inhibit the development of onions.

By the way, strong-smelling herbs can suppress other environmental odors, such as carbon dioxide and lactic acid, which attract mosquitoes, and can be used in the household. Add herbs such as basil, rosemary, or lavender to white vinegar and let the mixture sit before cleaning glass or washing laundry. Bingo! You have a natural conditioner.

Collect all the tips in a piggy bank and put it into practice. As a result, you will find that the apocalyptic vegetable garden is actually fertile, practical and beautiful!


Solar Powered Garden Lanterns: Save Energy

Garden Lanterns solar powered - a great way to illuminate an area at dusk or at night. They do not require a network connection and do not consume electricity... The design and mechanism of operation are extremely simple: during the day, the flashlights are powered by energy from the sunlight, and in the evening they consume the accumulated stock and shine as brightly as ordinary lamps. More advanced models are equipped with a light sensor and turn on automatically with the onset of darkness.

The price of one solar-powered luminaire is approximately 600-700 rubles... A more affordable alternative - rechargeable flashlights phosphorus-basedthat glow in the dark with a yellow-green light.


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