The City Compost Bio Organic Soil Enricher is an organic fertilizer made from plant material, which enriches soil with nutrients and nitrogen-fixing bacteria.
City Compost is a biodegradable organic fertilizer that is made from plant material. The fertilizer provides major nutrients like Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, Manganese, Calcium, Magnesium and others. It also enriches soil with micro nutrients like Boron, Zinc, Molybdenum, Iron, etc. In addition to the nutrients, City Compost is enriched with nitrogen-fixing bacteria, which promotes the activity of good bacteria in the soil.
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City Compost is made from biodegradable organic substances, mainly plant material. The compost is also composed of good soil bacteria which improve the activity of good bacteria in the soil.
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City Compost is an odorless compost fertilizer made through a controlled accelerated microbial composting process. It has a particle size of about 4 millimeters and is brown/black in colour. The compost is free from unwanted bacteria/insect eggs, weed seeds and unwanted plant pathogens. It is enriched with nitrogen-fixing bacteria and phosphorus-solubilizing bacteria and neem. City Compost has a pH of 6-7. It contains both macro and micro soil nutrients. It has 0.6 – 0.9% nitrogen, 0.5 -0.75% phosphorus, 0.5 -0.75% potassium and at least 12% organic carbon.
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The product is designed to increase production and yield, improve soil health, fertility, structure and create favorable conditions for healthier plant growth
There are no known safety hazards linked with the use of this product
Hammed, T. B., Oloruntoba, E. O., and Ana, G. R. E. E., 2019, Enhancing growth and yield of crops with nutrient-enriched organic fertilizer at wet and dry seasons in ensuring climate-smart agriculture. International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture, 8(1), pp. 81-92.
Toleikienė, M., Arlauskienė, A., Šarūnaitė, L., Šidlauskaitė, G., and Kadžiulienė, Ž., 2020, The effect of plant-based organic fertilisers on the yield and nitrogen utilization of spring cereals in the organic cropping system. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 107(1), pp. 17–24.
The product complies with India’s Fertiliser Control Order FCO 1985 standards.
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