BIOUNIMER

MICROLIFE

SOIL IMPROVER
CATTLE AND HORSE MANURE

with addition of a microbial consortium
FOR CERTIFIED ORGANIC FARMING

 

MICROLIFE is a high quality soil improver exclusively from cattle and horse manure. It does not come from factory farming.

 

• Packaging: 25-500 kg
• Shape: minipellets

 

The addition of a microbial consortium, together with the special processing techniques, enhances the natural richness in microflora and humic substances of the soil improver, favouring a significant structural and micro-biological soil improvement.
The microbial consortium, composed mainly by microorganisms of the Trichoderma, Pseudomonas, Bacillus and Aspergillus genus in the form of spores and viable cells, produces metabolites (including vitamins) and enzymes which are useful for the health and nutrition of the plants. It acts as fertility bioactivator and creates a collateral antagonistic reaction.
Trichoderma, the "king" among the fungi which are useful to plants, exerts its action in different ways: in the parasitism, antagonism, the production of secondary metabolites, competition for space and nutrients, phytostimulation, biodegradation and mobilization of phosphates.
Pseudomonas, a rhizosphere bacterium, which produces natural substances with antibacterial, antifungal and growth-promoting (PGPR) activity, fulfills the action of the microbial consortium, also producing siderophores and auxins.
Amyloliquefaciens and Bacillus Megaterium, bacteria which are already in the soil, make phosphorus available after mobilizing it and produce protective stimulating substances (siderophores).
Aspergillus niger produces metabolites with lipolytic, antifungal and enzymatic (PGPR) activity.
MICROLIFE minipellets  ensure optimal spreading, enabling the best conditions for the development of the microflora and the consequent beneficial colonization of the soil, in particular of the rhizosphere.
  • Crop: CORN

    Corn: In autumn or by the end of the winter, placed underground  during the harrowing / weeding.

  • Crop: TABLE GRAPES

    Table grapes: before planting, placed underground at plowing;  during the crop cycle in autumn, placed underground  during harrowing / weeding.

  • Crop: CITRUS

    Citrus fruits: before planting, placed underground during  plowing.

    During the crop cycle in autumn, placed underground with harrowing / weeding.

  • Crop: BEET

    Beet: Before winter, placed underground with harrowing / weeding.

  • Crop: NUT AND HAZEL TREES

    Nut and hazel trees: before planting, placed underground at  plowin;  during the crop cycle in autumn, placed underground during  harrowing / weeding.

  • Crop: OLIVE TREE

    Olive tree: before planting, placed underground at plowing; during the crop cycle in autumn, placed underground during harrowing / weeding.

  • Crop: VEGETABLES

    Vegetables: In the pre-sowing or pre-transplanting stage, placed underground during  harrowing / weeding.

  • Crop: GRAPEVINE

    Grapevine: before planting, placed underground  at plowing; during the crop cycle in autumn, placed underground during harrowing / weeding.

Note

Reference guidelines for individual crops are purely illustrative and are changeable, in relation to the needs, the fertility levels and the provisions of various regulations.

Organic fertilizers or soil conditioners: feeding farmed animals with herbage plants, or being taken across the pasture after the harvest is forbidden for at least 21 days after the application.

Do not dispose packaging in the environment. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.