Biohumus vit eko is a natural, concentrated fertilizer that consists in 50% of a vermicompost water solution. Vermicompost is produced from the manure processed by red wigglers, what significantly enhances its nutritional value. This all-purpose plant food is perfectly suited for use in small home gardens, allotments and in industrial cultures. It has been permitted for use in organic farming. You may successfully supplement vegetables, fruit, flowering and other plants with it. It is completely biodegradable and does no harm to pollinating insects, humans, nor animals. There is nor risk of overfertilizing plants with it, either.
This fertilizer acts through enriching the soil and increasing its productivity. It improves water rotation within the plants, as it stimulates water to move actively towards the top of the plants. Sufficiently watered overground plant parts gain better access to nutrients. Biohumus Vit positively influences plant growth speed and increases crop volume. Fruit and vegetables' quality will improve, as will their taste and aroma. Regular watering of the cultures with an addition of this plant food significantly improves plants' condition. Your plants will be less prone to fungal diseases and pest attacks. Addition of mycorrhiza fungi protects the roots from harmful soil-borne pathogens.
We hereby offer 1 litre of the Biohumus Vit eko Bio Vegetable and Fruit Plant Food from Vilmorin®. Dosage instruction and application schedule have been included in the package information.
Application method. Vegetables: water according to the plants' needs and size, 0.15-0.25 litre dissolved in 3-10 litres of water per 100 m2. You can water weaker and disease-stricken plants with a more concentrated solution. Orchard plants (fruit): water according to the plants' needs and size, after the start of the vegetation and after the harvest, 0.15 litre of the product dissolved in 2 litres of water per 100 m2. Distribute evenly over the whole surface. We recommend to completely wet the plants with the prepared solution. The excess liquid will soak into the soil and further fertilize it. You can water weaker and disease-stricken plants with a more concentrated solution.