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Wurmkompost 350The use of compost can make a crucial contribution to the maintenance and improvement of soil fertility. Composting is an ancient method of organic fertilisation used in agriculture and gardening: in south-east Asia, for example, soil fertility has been maintained in this way for the past six thousand years. Worm compost (also known as vermicompost, from “vermis”, the Latin for “worm”) is an especially high-grade and nutrient-rich fertiliser. Black substrate is what remains of organic matter after being broken down by micro-organisms, and especially by worms. Many tea and coffee growers keep small herds of cattle for extra income and use the dung produced as feed substrate for worm composting. The valuable and nutrient-rich worm compost is then employed as a fertiliser on the tea and coffee plantations, thereby achieving sustained increases in harvest yields (just one example of how recycling management is possible in a very confined space).

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Cell fusion free varieties in vegetable production

The present list includes all available varieties of cabbage, chicory, radicchio types and sugar loaf that are not based on CMS transferred by cell fusion. The list is binding for Naturland producers and will be updated yearly.

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Manual for garden composting

This manual shows hot to compost, which materials can be composted and the conditions for optimal composting.

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Manual for prepairing Bocashi, an organic fertilicer

Bocashi originally comes from Japan and is very easy and quick to produce. Within 20 days it is possible without major (financial) efforts to get a good quality fertilizer. Becausee most of the ingredients are by-products of agriculture, these are easy to get.

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Manual for prepairing Biol, a liquid, organic fertilizer

Biol is a liquid fertilizer of high quality, which can be produced within one to four months, depending on the location and the season. It allows us to increase the quality and the rate of yield of our crop and hence the income.

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