Insect manure is organic fertilizer obtained by way of green production, perfect for improving the yield and resilience of plants in organic farming (in adherence to Council Regulation (EC) No. 834/2007 and Commission Regulation No. 889/2008).
Insect manure is unique due to its chitin content that enhances the condition of the soil and increases abundance of beneficial soil organisms. Chitin is decomposed in the process of mutual nutrient uptake process which incorporates different beneficial bacteria, microorganisms, fungi, and plants. As a result of this co-operation, bioactive substances, amino acids, and sugars form in the soil ready for plants to uptake. Use of insect manure promotes greater plant yield and improves plants’ resistance to disease and pests.
This fertilizer with a fine structure that contains a good selection of beneficial nutrients, bacteria, fungi, and chitin can be sparingly used with all plants in any growth stage.
The bacteria that inhabit the soil break down organic matter contained in the fertilizer, consistently improving soil structure and quality and speeding up the compostization process of plant parts. Soil bacteria and fungi also preserve nutrients in the soil which would otherwise be washed out of the soil with precipitation or irrigation water.
The effect of the fertilizer may vary depending on the microorganisms already present in the soil and the general soil environment as well as on whether the fertilizer is used on plants under shelter or open-air plants. Use sparingly as the fertilizer works quickly and more can be added if required. If the soil is sufficiently humous, a single dose at the beginning of the growing season may be enough. For improved yield, mix the fertilizer in the planting soil or in the soil where you will sow your plants. Upon planting, sprinkle the fertilizer under the plant or mix it in the soil around the plant as localized fertilizer. If required, additional fertilizing may be carried out in 3 – 4 weeks. Mix the fertilizer lightly in the soil and water to speed up nutrient release into the soil.
Insect manure is well-suited for the cultivation of vegetables, herbs, flowers, lawns, and houseplants as well as trees and berries.
Improves soil properties
Add a number of times a year (in the spring, summer, and fall) to enrich poor compacted soil lacking in. nutrients and revive soil biota in building new gardens.
Insect manure is extremely rich in nitrogen and can therefore be used to accelerate the decomposition of plant remains and plant material. To that end, distribute insect manure in between compost layers. For quicker effect, irrigate the manure layer with water.
Keep in original packaging in a dry place away from children and domestic animals.
Best before 2 years, see package.