Fighting soil erosion and degradation in farming
Soil erosion is one of the greatest challenges of agriculture today. Studies have shown that organic farming can reduce erosion risk for row crops due to high weed coverage.
However, decreasing crop yields can increase the erosion rate for organic farming. Therefore, organic farming alone does not provide sufficient soil protection for crops.
Some shocking stats
people are affected by
of the Earth’s land areas could
become degraded by 2050
per year – estimated costs
for land degradation.
of the topsoil – on the planet has
been lost in the last 150 years
consequences of soil degradation
Decline of biodiversity - extinction of species
Deterioration of the water quality - Eutrophication due to nitrogen & phosphorus
The decline in crop yields - higher food prices
Natural disasters: Flooding & Desertification
Organic fertilizers lead the way in soil regeneration
Organic or natural fertilizers have so many advantages over conventional, chemical ones. They release nutrients at a slower rate, resulting in a need for less frequent treatment. Not to mention that burning and damage due to the quick release of nutrients can be avoided. What’s more, any organic material that does not dissolve in water immediately improves the soil’s water retention capacity.
BIOREMIQ ™ helps where all problems originate
By facilitating the restoration of essential bacteria and nourishing components to the soil, vital minerals are rehabilitated enabling soil recovery and speeding up the process.
Bacteria in this solution produce vitamins, enzymes, and plant hormones, thereby supporting the plant’s physiological processes.