What is Soil Conditioner?

 Soil Conditioner is wholly organic silt-lake material created by the natural deposition of plant and animal matter over 10 000 years. There is combination with fragments of higher plant tissue, pollen, sand, clay and various mineral solutions brought from land.

Soil Conditioner is sustainable and unique renewable natural resource in plentiful supply and is extracted from clean freshwater lake in Eastern Europe.

 

This natural supply contents mineral and organic parts:

  • The mineral part originated from water solutions due to formation of sediments consisting of fragments of ash wood, biomass, clay, sand, etc.
  • The organic part resulted from anaerobic biochemical decomposition of biomass and its subsequent re-synthesis by microorganisms.

The main components needed by plant nutrition, such as
N, K, K2O, P2O5, CaO, MgO etc.


Main supply in percentage (% from total mass)

The plants
Lipid
Proteins
Carbohydrates
Lignin
Bottom sediments
   Algae  (phytoplankton)
20 – 30
20 – 40
10 – 20
0
   Zooplankton
18
60
22
0
   Bacteria
28 – 37
50
15 – 20
0
   Spores
50
8
42
0
   Humates
   Mosses
8 – 10
15 – 20
30 – 40
10
   Herbs
5 – 10
5 – 10
50
35 – 40
   Fern, Equisetum
3 – 5
10 – 15
40 – 50
20 – 30
   Trees
1 – 2
2 – 10
50
30

Production complex