Bio Fertilizer Moss

Moss - What is Moss Fertilizer ? - Moss is 100% Natural fertilizer. The best quality organic fertilizer known that helps to provide all the nutrients required by the plants and helps to increase the quality of the the soil with a natural microorganism enviroment. The bio fertilizer is a 100% natural organic material from the nutrient-rich lands of Costa Rica and other places, that could be easily applied with water over your plantations on any stage, or use it as a base for creating a potent and concentrated natural organic liquid fertilizers that could be used in many different growing mediums with excelents production results for organic farming, industrial and home applications such as gardening. The Peat moss is a plant that could lives well in an enviroment poor in oxigen but when dies, it's descomposition could takes thousands of years, That property, give them special properties to the cells, making them much bigger and it that helps to KEEPS the water and nutrients that could be applied later to the plants. BioFertilizers are the most advanced bio technology necessary to support developing organic agriculture, sustaintable agriculture, green agriculture and non-pollution agriculture. This Bio-organic Fertilizer can increase the output, improve the quality and it is responsible for agriculture environment. Today, It have been widely used with excelents results in all kinds of plants and several countries. It is well known that the continue use and overuse of petrochemical based fertilizers and toxic pesticides have caused a detrimental effect to our soils, water supplies, foods, animals and even people. The Biological Grower is more sensible with sustainable approach and employs the resources of both science and nature to allow better results in his production. For centuries, peat moss have been recognized soil bacteria, fungi, earthworms, and other bio-organisms to enrich the soil to produce safe, nutritious and abundant crops. an excellent fertilizer sources. We have developed all natural organic fertilizersmade with pure peat moss . Biofertilizer Contains a wide range of naturally chelated plant nutrients and trace elements, carbohydrates, amino acids and other growth promoting substances. Kelp acts as a soil conditioner by stimulating microbial activity in the soil which results in improved air-water relationships in soil, improved fertility and makes soil less prone to compaction and erosion. Organic Growers who use kelp in their regular fertility program report increases in yield, quality, shelf-life and resistance to environmental stresses such as drought, extreme heat, early frost, pest and disease problems. This blend makes an excellent foliar fertilizer. Besides being a nutritionally complete fertilizer (containing even calcium), the nutrients are readily absorbed by the leaf. This is because the nitrogen in fish is in the form of amino acids which plants take in and use directly– unlike inorganic fertilizers in which the nitrogen needs to be converted into a usable form first. Additionally, because the micro-nutrients in the fish and in the kelp are in a naturally chelated form they are quickly and readily absorbed into the leaf surface. Foliar applications on a regular basis can increase the health, vigor and yield of plants due to this easily absorbed additional nutrition.
Organic fertilizers differ from chemicals fertilizers in that they feed your plants while adding organic material to the soil. Soils with lots of organic matter remain loose and airy, hold more moisture and nutrients, foster growth of soil organisms, and promote healthier plant root development. If only chemicals are added the soil gradually loses its organic matter and microbiotic activity. As organic matter is used up, the soil structure deteriorates, becoming compact, lifeless and less able to hold water and nutrients. This results in increased amounts of chemical fertilizers needed to feed plants. We also like organic fertilizers because they're made from renewable resources; chemicals are not.
The Bio Fertilizer, is a premium natural fertilizer composed just with certified organic ingredients special fo nutient-poor Western soils. This organic fertilizers is unequaled in its ability to nourish the beneficial micro-organisms in the soil greatly increasing the soil’s humus content and improving its ability to sustain and nurture healthy, more colorful plants. Use by the handful when planting individual plants, broadcast and mix it deeply into the soil when planting flower beds or spread it around established plants and scratch it into the soil. It is also excellent for use in vegetable gardens, container plantings and as a compost-pile activator
Peat Moss
Sphagnum moss - the one that always has and always will give you top quality and the best value immediatly for your investment and much more profits at long term. Research winner.
Growing trials conducted by an independent research center at a professional greenhouse compared various soils amended with peat, coir, compost and blends.
Sphagnum moss can be considered the best overall performer as a soil amendment and substrate:
it is homogenous, easy to handle and has shown the best growth results; all of this at a highly competitive price."

Other Features.
Yields excellent water and air exchange capacity
Provides enhanced root growth and ideal cation exchange capacity (CEC)
Provides excellent buffering capabilities
Saves water by retaining moisture and releasing it slowly
Saves on fertilizer by reducing nutrient leaching
Protects soil from hardening and adds organic material
Aerates heavy, clay soil and binds sandy soil
Comes in convenient packaging

- Renewable resource.
"Sphagnum moss moss is recognized as a renewable biomass resource," according to the I.S. Bureau of Mines.
Our industry also has instituted a Preservation and Reclamation Policy designed to protect the Canadian ecosystem.
Over the past five years, more than $1 million has been spent on research to find ways to speed up restoration.
Contains a variety of beneficial micro-organisms and enzymes which accelerates and improves plant growth and prevent plants from catching diseases.
Contains completely fermented organic matters which will improve the physical properties of all soils, enrich air aeration, water and nutrients retention capacity and reduce acidity as well.
Contains considerable ammounts of N,P,K,Mg and trace elements.
Enrich the amounts of trace elements and fertilizer efficiency of 3 major elements in soil as well as to minimise leaching due to rainfall.
Overcome hardpans problems in soil due to excessive application of agrochemicals and chemical fertilizer.
Can improve health and hardiness in a wide variety of plants. It does this by supplying the plant root zone beneficial microorganisms, humic acid and organic fungi and actinomyces, humic and fulvic acids, and organic fertilizer nutrients.
Beneficial microorganisms can reduce plant stress and disease by competing with plant pathogens.
Humic acid is a plant biostimulant and can increase soil fertility, enhance mocrobial activity and reduce water evaporation.
Organic fertilizer nutrients are released slowly and absorbed evenly so plants can grow in a balanced and vigorous way.
May be used to supplement other fertilizers. Will not burn.
SLOW RELEASE of Micro Nutrients to the plants
Helps benefic bacterias and other organisms grow and build soil.
Provides the macro nutrients required for healthy growth.
Provides the micro nutrients required for healthy growth.
Is easy to apply on the soil or directly on the foliage on any season.
Improves yields and the quality of agricultural crops.
Reduces the overall cost of fertilizer, based on yield.
Can reduce the number and type of pesticide sprays.
It is a Naturally balanced complete plant food.
Increased micro-organisms in the soil, which can fix nitrogen from the air.
Increased mineral uptake from the soil and into the plants leaves.
Improved seed germination and thicker root development.
Increased bloom set, size of flowers and fruit.
Increases and stabilizes chlorophyll in plants, which remits in photosynthesis, darker green leaves and increased sugar content in plants.
Relieves stress in plants caused by extreme weather conditions.
Increased plant vigor and a greater resistance to disease, insect attack and frost due to increased protein, found within the plant.
Increases the storage life of fruits and vegetables by retarding the loss of protein, chlorophyll and RNA in produce.
Retards the aging process in plants (senescence), keeping them producing longer.
Sphagnum moss - Sustainable management practices
Sphagnum Moss Suppliers, Sphagnum Moss Traders, Sphagnum Moss Wholesalers, Sphagnum Moss Exporters - Moutere River Company Ltd, New Zealand.
New Zealand - Sphagnum mossThe sphagnum moss that is produced for export from New Zealand is mostly from privately owned land. The sphagnum moss is harvested from existing swamps that cover an area from Karamea in the north of the South Island to Haast in the top of the southern area of the South Island with isolated pockets of sphagnum moss in other areas outside this region. This sphagnum moss harvesting area covers approximately 1,300,000 hectares (3,212,300 acres). In the past it was quite common for swamp areas where sphagnum moss grew to be dug and channelled to allow the land to be put to productive use.
With the onset of demand for New Zealand sphagnum moss for use in horticultural production, it became clear that there was potential for leaving the swamps to regenerate after harvesting of the sphagnum moss . This typically takes 3-5 years. Today there are swamps from which sphagnum moss is harvested that have been harvested twice before. The rate of regeneration of sphagnum moss is dependant upon the degree of removal of sphagnum moss . Pickers of sphagnum moss will leave approximately 10-20% of the shorter strands of sphagnum moss in the swamp and over the years this will regenerate to the point where it will again be viable for harvesting. Through a process of trial and error, the pickers have learned that to completely remove all sphagnum moss from a swamp, allows exotic species of weeds to take root and inhabit the areas. With demand for New Zealand sphagnum moss now quite considerable, and with every conceivable swamp having been located, the necessity to encourage the regeneration of sphagnum moss is paramount. Therefore, by the simple process of market forces, supply and demand, the swamp areas are being maintained, as near as can be determined, in their original state. There are sphagnum moss swamps owned by the state organisation, the Department of Conservation, some of which have been leased out for sphagnum moss harvesting and others that have never been and never will be touched. On top of this there are two national parks at either end of the South Island covering a total area of over 1,689,000 hectares (4,173,519 acres) that cannot be accessed for sphagnum moss harvesting of any kind. It is unknown how much of that area is in sphagnum moss swamp but it would be at least the same again as existing commercial sphagnum moss swamps.
All harvesting of sphagnum moss is done by hand as any machinery would damage the existing swamp. Harvested bags of wet sphagnum moss are either carried out by hand or flown out of the swamps by helicopter to waiting trucks on nearby roads. The sphagnum moss is then dried in tunnel houses constructed of plastic covered hoops. This gives maximum heat from the sun as well as wind to dry the sphagnum moss to the necessary moisture level to be ready for sorting and cleaning before being compressed into packs for export. Almost all New Zealand sphagnum moss packing factories are certified by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries to ensure the sphagnum moss is free from insects, pests and diseases.

There are no regulatory authorities governing the extraction of sphagnum moss from private land or from land owned by the state designated for sphagnum moss harvesting. There is a, however, a Sphagnum Moss Packers Association which is an informal group that meets every two months to discuss the state of the industry and whose object is; To promote membership of a cohesive group of moss exporters fostering communication on quality grades and standards; to establish and promote a brand image; to develop trust within the association and industry for its sustainability, and to create a forum for discussion of topics current and future related to the industry.
Sphagnum moss in Chile - All the sphagnum moss harvested in Chile comes from privately owned land. In much the same way as the New Zealand sphagnum moss harvesting areas, much of the land that would originally have been sphagnum moss swamp land has been dug and channelled to create productive farming land. The isolated pockets of sphagnum moss swamp around the areas of Puerto Montt, Puerto Varas and the island of Chilo・are harvested using the knowledge gained from the sphagnum moss industry of New Zealand . Most of the sphagnum moss exporters in Chile have affiliations with New Zealand sphagnum moss exporters who have imparted their knowledge and skills to ensure the sustainability of the sphagnum moss from Chile . It appears that the sphagnum moss swamps in Chile re-grow very well with regenerating swamps only three years old yielding excellent quality sphagnum moss . As in New Zealand , there are no regulatory authorities governing the extraction of sphagnum moss from private land, but the market forces will determine that only sustainable management of the sphagnum moss resource can provide the returns necessary for successful business. Chile does not employ helicopters to extract sphagnum moss from swamps, instead using more traditional methods such as bullocks and carts. The sphagnum moss is transported to the drying areas where the same controls for cleanliness and quality of sphagnum moss product as used in New Zealand are employed. The sphagnum moss is inspected by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries for phytosanitary certification (pests and diseases) prior to export.
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