WHY TO USE G.O.W?

  • It is a universal  replacement for mineral fertilizers and is suitable for production of organic food for people and animals.
  • G.O.W very quickly dissolves plant residues ()lignocellulose) and in the process of dissolution, it balances the relation of the carbon (C) in relation to other elements N,P,K (under 20:1) which enables plants to use these elements.
  • G.O.W act as a barrier to help plants grow in  soil where the pH levels are too high or too low. They prevent extreme pH levels from making it impossible for plants to absorb nutrients frcom the soil it will reduce the consumption of insecticides by at least 50%.
  • During the period of one year, on the surface of one hectare , it synthesizes from the air and holds in from 120 to 140 kg of nitrogen in the soil.  (in one bag 15:15:15:N,P,K there is only 7,5 kg of nitrogen)
  • It increases the coefficient of usage of phosphorus and potassium from the aluminosilicates and releases big quantities of these elements from the died-off bacteria.
  • Fort he period of one year, at the surface of one heactare, the died off bacteria leave 10 tonnes of organic material.
  • The died off bacteria contain about 30% phosphorus of their total weight.
  • G.O.W biosynthesizes soluble and non-soluble polysaccharides, improves the structure of the soil and regulates the water-air regime.
  • It als o synthesizes phytohormones (Cytokinins, Auxins and Gibberelins) that improve the germination, rooting growing and development of plants and reduces the time of maturing of the plans to 8-10 days.
  • When G.O.W is used, it reduces the usage protective chemicals during vegetation, increases the resistance of the plants by fast decomposing of organic material, thus eliminating the contagions that originate from this type of biomass.
  • The liquid G.O.W fertilizer is easy to use, it is with considerably lower costs and it is not poisonous to humans.
  • It has the ability to synthesize mucus materials in the soil, thus preventing pressing i.e. adhesion of microaggregate and contributing to formation of the fine and refined structure of the soil, also saving significant time for plowing and processing of the soil.
  • Produces vitamins from the “B” group and antibiotics that protect the plants from phytopathological bacteria, thus reducing the need for usage of fungicides.

 

Effects on fruit:

  • Increased yield by 30-80% (depending on the plant);
  • Fruits are larger, with strong colours and better flavour and aroma;
  • Earlier fruit maturity (even by 5 to  8 days);
  • Prolonged freshness of the fruits and improved toleran ce to the market transport;

Effects on plans:

  • G.O.W fertilizer provides and balances the plant nutrition;
  • Plants use nitrogen in a controlled manner; they eventually contain 75% ammoniacal and 25% nitrabe nitrogen, which is ideal for each plant. (Nitrates in higher quantities are harmful for both people and plants).
  • Microorganisms stimulate the plant growth and development, increase their resistance to diseases, to drought and frost and reduce the freezing percentage;
  • Plants have healthier and richer root system, larger trees (stems), richer canopy and more leaves.
  • Seeds treated with G.O.W sproud faster, establish their roots better and have more quality future growth and development.
  • More rapid dark colour development of the leaves (in 3-5 days);
  • For plants with severa l harvests, the use of Orgalife shall result into additional one or two harvests;
  • Yield in these plants is increased by min.20%

Effects on soil:

  • G.O.W fertilizer restores the natural soil structure and performs bio-improvement of the soil  quality;
  • The high number of microorganisms and their ferments revive the soil and increase soil fertility;
  • Microorganisms representing integral part of this fertilizer are in direct connection with fertilization restructuring. Due to their metabolism, microorganisms are able to endure the most extreme soil existence conditions, resulting into their long- term presence in soil.
  • Microorganisms multiply by dividing. Single unit produces about ten billion new units within 24 hours. In a period of one year, on the surface of one hectare, dead bacteria bodies leave behind 10 tonnes of organic matter, most of which undergoes a humification process and converts into mature humus.