How Enviotin helps growers
With 100% natural macronutrients and micronutrients, Enviotin promotes soil health and plant health! At Nutrienvisus, we are proud that our Enviotin product allows farmers to (i) increase their profits by increasing quality of plants and reducing their production costs, (ii) satisfy their customers by delivering better plants, (iii) use eco-friendly products that are safe for them and their customers.
Soil health is fundamental for successful crop production. It is hallmarked by a good balance of nutritional and microbial composition in the soil.
Like other living organisms, plants need food for their growth and development. Excellent plant nutrients need to contain both macro and micronutrients to support plant growth and plant health.
Enviotin is easy to use
We provide a convenient way for Enviotin application to any kind of plant by mixing the product with soil. The Enviotin-soil mixture for example: 1:100 ratio can be used as a growth medium or top soil.
The suggested application rate is as follows:
- Mix 0.5 kg (1.1 lb) Enviotin with 50 kg (110 lb) of soil. This mixture can be used on all potted plants including ornamental plants, vegetables, etc.
- Enviotin can be used alone or together with other plant nutrients and probiotics (beneficial microbes). However, the application should be adjusted to other components and the composition of soil nutrients.
- Enviotin (500g) treats between 500 and 1000 plants in 4” pots (from seedling stage to harvest).
The science behind Enviotin, why we need it?
Nutrienvisus has successfully converted brewery byproducts into organic plant nutrients. Unlike other organic nutrients or fertilizers, Nutrienvisus produces vastly different and superior organic materials because of our high precision in nutrient composition and a pathogen-free product.
Enviotin's organic nutritional content:
Nitrogen 5%, phosphorus (1%), potassium 1%), calcium (0.14-0.38%), magnesium (0.19-0.26%), sulfur (0.32%) and trace elements such as: zinc, sodium, iron, cooper, and manganese.
Organic agriculture is becoming an innovative farming system that can solve increasing problems by chemical fertilizers. Due to the known ability of chemical fertilizers to contribute to a large number of negative effects for human health (such as: cancer) and environmental pollution, a good argument can be made for a more sustainable and ecological solution, safer for humans and the environment (1,2). Additionally, chemical fertilizers are limited to particular plant nutrients (N, P, and K), other essential trace elements (or other nutrients) are missing in chemical fertilizers, contributing to growers encountering issues like uneven plant growth, chlorosis of leaves, and unhealthy plant growth. If chemical fertilizers are used to produce vegetables and/or fruits, they may have less nutritional value (less vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus) (3). Which is why, Nutrienvisus created a precision-formulated organic plant nutrients to solve these emerging issues.
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“Incorporating enviotin into the soil provided a broad spectrum fertilizer boost that carried over the plants until they were rooted enough to receive irrigation with fertilizers. The results of a couple trials were encouraging, with a greater root mass developed with the enviotin use which resulted in healthier foliage (leaf color and size) and reduced the number of second grade plants. We are encouraged by the performance of enviotin on the Chrysanthemums. The material was easy to work with and we were especially drawn to it because it is sustainably sourced. We are performing trials on other potted crops with the goal of being able to incorporate enviotin in the potting soil of most of our crops.” (Ken Van der Ende, Owner & Grower at Burnaby Lake Greenhouse Ltd)
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