Registration and analysis of Czech organic fertilizer
Registration number: 4175
Property & Value
humidity – max 20%
combustible substances in the dried sample – max. 80%
total nitrogen as N converted to dried – min. 3%
total phosphorus as P 205 in dried sample – min. 4%
total potassium as TO 20 in the dried sample – min. 2.5%
pH value – 5.0-8.0
value C: N – max. 30%
particle content over 1.0 mm – max. 5%
The content of risk elements meets the statutory limits in mg / kg dry matter: cadmium 2, lead 100, mercury 1.0, arsenic 20, chromium 100, copper 150, molybdenum 20, nickel 50, zinc 600.
Czech natural organic fertilizer is also an untreated stabilized product in bulk form created only by sieving the substrate during the breeding of mealworms. It consists mainly of worm excrements and the remains of their bedding.
Insect frass consists of organic substances and contains plant nutrients (N, P, K, Ca and Mg) as a natural part of the fertilizer.
The release of nutrients occurs gradually and over a long period of time. Thanks to the use of Czech natural organic fertilizer, the thermal and airy properties of the soil and the soil structure are improved. All this leads to good rooting of the plants. It ensures biological life in the soil, increases the proportion of humus and contributes to greater fertility. It does not contain germinating weed seeds. It does not harm pets or other animals.
Scope and method of use
Insect frass is used for fertilizing all plants requiring organic fertilization, as well as in soil preparation before planting in fruit growing, vegetable growing, viticulture, growing strawberries, potatoes and cereals, but also for fertilizing flower beds, ornamental shrubs, trees and lawns and reclamation works.
It is suitable for surface fertilization and fertilization of individual plants after their germination. It is applied manually or mechanically by spreading on the soil surface and immediately incorporated into the soil, or irrigates.
A time interval of several days or several weeks must be observed between the date of application of the fertilizer and the actual sowing or planting of the crop. It can also be used as a compost starter and accelerator of composting processes.
The fertilizer must not be applied to the edible parts of the plants.
Analysis at the Czech University of Life Sciences by ion chromatography
Values are given in mg per L of fertilizer.
F- = 0.7
Cl- = 27.560
NO2- = 0.200
Br- = 0.026
NO3- = 9,990
SO42- = 61.4
PO43- = 277,400
S-SO42- = 61,400
P-PO43- = 90.461
Na + = 20.277
NH4 + = 57.699
Mg 2+ = 44.907
K + = 159,878
K = 142.632
Mg = 29.903
Mn = 0.474
Na = 16.647
Ni = 0.002
P = 82.098
S = 21.660
Sb = 0.041
Si = 0.960
V = 0.003
Zn = 0.086