The uniqueness of sapropel as a raw material consists in its molecule:
Small molecular weight (15-20 thousand daltons) and many
Compounds of amino acids provide it with greater mobility in the plant body and soil, which helps to accelerate the delivery of nutrients to the plant cell structure.
The physiological activity of the sapropel molecule is 2.5–3 times higher than that produced from peat, lignin or brown coal.
Product of bottom sediments of freshwater relict water bodies, resulting from the biotransformation of dead aquatic and coastal vegetation, animal organisms, fish, phyto- and zooplankton and soil particles without oxygen access.
The benefits of sapropel for plants
development of a strong root system
active plants throughout
total growth and development
The benefits of sapropel for soil
soil life processes
soil humus content
fertile layer on problem soils
acid-base balance of soil and soils
The sapropel molecule includes:
lysine, cystine, etc.
B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, D, E, PP, provitamin A carotenoids, folic acid
for oxidative reactions (catalase and peroxidase)
and hydrolysis reactions
(amylase and urease)
N, P, K; Ca, Mg, Fe, S;
Si, Se, B, Mn, Zn, Cu, Mo, Co, Ni, J, Br , etc.
preventing drying, salinization and caking of soil
action in the soil accumulated
nitrates, pathogenic bacteria, fungi and harmful microorganisms
soil fertility for 3 to 5 years
on watering by raising
soil moisture holding capacity
quality of the final product
plant growth and development
seedling survival rate