This organic fertilizer is derived from composted beef cattle manure. The composting process is based on highly advanced composting technology which involves no stimulants. The fertilizer can be used for all plants as well as in organic agriculture.
Agrolinija-MK is an organic and clean compost derived from beet cattle manure. The composting process is based on highly advanced composting technology allowing for a quick, high quality and stimulant-free composting of cattle manure.
This new generation organic fertilizer and soil conditioner is derived from composted beef cattle manure and leonardite humic acids. The use of innovative technology allows producing a highly effective fertilizer in the form of a concentrate for foliar fertilizing and planting materials.
ACTIVITIES OF BIODINAMIKA
Biodinamika, UAB produces granular and liquid organic fertilizer from bovine manure compost. Thanks to the advanced cattle litter manure composting and organic fertilizer production technologies, the company produces high quality products. Due to these technologies, along with strict production process control, Biodinamika’s organic fertiliser was confirmed as suitable for organic farming in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 889/2008 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of Council Regulation (EC) No 834/2007 on organic production and labelling of organic products with regard to organic production, labelling and control, and products have been tested in the EU-accredited laboratories EUROFINS in Warsaw and ZUOVA in Ostrava. .
SOURCE OF RAW MATERIALS
Organic fertilizers are made of the manure of bovine cattle farmed in Agrolinija, UAB, hay bales and straw residues, used for litter. Litter cattle manure is obtained from these three components. After cattle is moved to natural pastures, empty farms are used for manure composting. Manure is pushed into piles. Piles are controlled based on a special humidity and temperature chart, and tumbled using a treadmill from company Menart thus initiating the composting cycle in the piles.