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Product description Humus ON

 
ORGANIC FERTILISER AND BIO STIMULANT FROM ECOLOGICALLY CLEAN RAW MATERIAL SAPROPEL AND LOW TYPE PEAT

1. Introduction   PROTObiotic  it is organic products for agricultures, land useand households which are produced from biologically clear
 
raw materials. Most accurately our products are characterized by the expression everything new is well forgotten old. The product is based on a set of biologically active substance, the study of which was begun in the early 18th century and continued to be studied over the time by scientists of many countries up to the present days.
 
Our products it is a new vision on composition of elements and biologically active substance (organic acids), their proportions, complexes and enrichers. Most important part of composition was created in natural way during more than 10 000 years and is specific for Baltic States countries. Due 10 000 years fermentation process composition of PROTObiotic is enriched by natural enzymes, amino acids and trace Elements.
 
Unlike the previous generation of that kind products, which in Europe were basically presented in the form of products of processing coal, seaweeds and high peat, our products are made from biologically friendly material, which in its properties and composition is similar with soil humus. The peculiarity of this solution guarantees positive quality features for our products.
 
PROTObiotic affects the most fundamental processes of the plant development and growth system, both in soil and substrates and in hydroponics. The complex effect on the development of the root and transport system of the plant, together with a positive effect on the growth environment, guarantees an increase in yield or its conservation in the event of unfavourable environmental factors.

 
2. Production process description
 
Production process of Humus ONLI includes several processing steps:
 
1.            Primary homogenisation and dispersion into the dispersion reactor. The dispersion reactor, using the principles of mechanical grinding and mixing, converts the loose peat structure and the colloid structure of sapropel into a fluid suspension. The temperature during processing does not exceed 37 C - 39 C.
 
2.            Cavitation of fluid suspension into the cavitation reactor. Cavitation is a phenomenon in which rapid changes of pressure in a liquid lead to the formation of small vapor-filled cavities, in places where the pressure is relatively low. When subjected to higher pressure, these cavities, called "bubbles" or "voids", collapse and can generate an intense shock wave. The cavitation reactor crushes the hard particles in suspension and serves as a catalyst for the extraction of active substances, increasing the homogeneity and fluidity of the product. Cavitation takes place at a rotor speed of up to 9000 revolutions per minute, while the product temperature does not exceed 40 C.
 
3.            Final grinding, homogenization, and pasteurization of the product using the high voltage electrical power. This step of processing includes producer Know-how which can’t be described in the format of this document. During this process happened the final grinding of solid particles (up to a size of from 10 to 200 microns), the final extraction and pasteurization of the product. During this process, seeds and pollen are crushed, which can enter the product along with the raw materials. The processing the temperature of the product does not exceed 40 C.
 
4.            Solid particles size control. During this final step of processing, the product goes thru the decanting process. Decanting aggregate separate bigger size solid particles and floating them into the third step of processing for secondary processing, but the product with particles which correspond with control goes on the packaging.
 
Content of the Humus ONLI, analysis of Sapropel and info about raw material are in applications.

 
3. Laboratory and field tests of the product
 
 
Experiment 3.1.
 
Place
 
Below are the results of experiments that confirm product quality and positive effects of the product.
 
Germination test in a petri dish
 
Independent testing in Japan on komatsuna (Japanese mustard) (Mori Sangyo Co.,Ltd) (year 2013);

 

 Hypothesis: Product increase seed germination
 
Experiment   Komatsuna seeds were soaked into the solution of water and methodology:   Humus ONLI with ratio 2000:1. Seeds were soaked for 10hours. Then seeds were planting into Petri plates with the
standard growing media of the Japan company.
 
Experiment Tests have shown that the use of HumusONLI products, under results: laboratory conditions, increases seed germination by 15%
 
Photo fixation                        
Humus ONLI                                                                                                                                  Control 1

Control 2                                                                                                                                          Control 3

 

 

Experiment 3.2.           
Root development evaluation
 
Place:      Independent field test in Saudi Arabia on farm (year 2015)
 
Hypothesis:      Humus ONLI positive impact on plants root development
 
Experiment 3 000 square meters was divided by 1000 square meters of methodology: arable fields. On fields was planted Cereals which previously
were treated with accordance with traditional methods.
 
-       On field A (Control) was used traditional fertilisation system Soil + NPK;
-       On the field B was used a similar dosage of NPK per season and every 14 days from planting to flowering period (3 times of use total) was used solution of water and Humus ONLI on ratio 2000:1 (0,05 L per 1000 m2 per one time);
 
-       On the field C was used a similar dosage of NPK per season and every 14 days from planting to flowering period (3 times of use total) was used solution of water and Humus ONLI on ratio 1000:1 (0,1 L per 1000 m2 per one time);
 
Experiment   Tests have shown that the use of HumusONLI products results:   provides plants root development, increasing root dry mass by
25% on Cereals
Photo fixation


Experiment 3.3.           
Root development evaluation
 
Place:      Independent laboratory test in Latvia
 
Hypothesis:      Humus ONLI increase bioavailability of nutrition's (acting as chelate agent). Humus ONLI can be implemented into methods of intensive agriculture and increase the efficiency of it.
 
Experiment Humus ONLIwas tested on radish. The test happened into methodology: Laboratory conditions. In laboratory was prepared 4 separated
plastic cameras with:
-       Control. Water without any additives;
-       The solution of water and Humus ONLI on ration 1000:1;
-       Water with adding NPK (ready mix for a garden);
 
-       The solution of water and Humus ONLI on ration 1000:1 plus the same NPK (ready mix for a garden);
 
Experiment   Results of the test shown that Humus ONLIincreases stronger results:   root development what on the field will mean that plants havea bigger force to absorb nutrients from soil deposit, and will increase plants ability to resist unfavourable environmental
condition.
 
The mix of Humus ONLI and NPK showed an increase of biomass, root-crop mass and provide stronger root development.
Photo fixation
     Control                                            HumusONLI                                                            NPK                                                                 HumusONLI + NPK

Experiment 3.4.          
Evaluation of Humus ONLI impact on soil microorganisms activity
 
Place:      Independent laboratory test in Latvia
 
Hypothesis:      Humus ONLI increase activity of beneficial soil microorganism (fungi and PGB group bacteria) into soil.
 
Experiment   Humus ONLIwas tested into laboratory condition. In laboratory methodology:   was created two separate boxes size which size was 20 cm x20 cm x 20 cm. Top on each box was placed air collector which connected with the metro of CO2. Into both boxes was putted soil from one place (dug from one point and from one
deepness).
-       Into the box A is soil without any treatment;
-       Into the box B is soil which was treated with Humus ONLI.
 
Soil treatment was carried out with a solution of water and Humus ONLI on ration 1000:1;
 
During 14 days was fixate the amount of CO2 evaporated due to microorganism activity.
 
Experiment Results of the test shown that Humus ONLI increases soil results: microorganism activity.
 
4. Feedback
Results of testing Humus ONLI on field.
from use onto
 
farms
 
Test 4.1.
Humus ONLI field tests on a field in the south of Italy. Year 2016
Place:
The south of Italy, Province of Reggio Calabria.
 
Treated crops:     
-       Tomatoes;
-       Cucumbers;
-       Paprika;
-       Aubergine;
 
Experiment Humus ONLIwas tested on different cultures. During the tests methodology: wasn’tchanged the usual fertilizer plan. The test happened on
open ground.
 
Type of soils - mountain brown soils and gray-brown xerophytic forests and shrub steppes.
 
Was chosen 4 lines (1000 linear meters) for each from four cultures. Lines were marked. Marker system was: the first spell of the name of Crop, number of Lines (for an example T-1). Lines was treated according to numbers:
1.       Control. Usual fertilizer plan;
 
2.       Usual fertilizer plan + mix of water and Humus ONLI on ratio 1000:1 (100 ml per on time for the line). Mix was used every 14 days starting from 4-6 leaves stage to blossoming period;
 
3.       Usual fertilizer plan + mix of water and Humus ONLI on ratio 1500:1 (75 ml per on time for the line). Mix was used every 14 days starting from 4-6 leaves stage to blossoming period;
 
4.       Usual fertilizer plan + mix of water and Humus ONLI on ratio 2000:1 (50 ml per on time for the line). Mix was used every 14 days starting from 4-6 leaves stage to blossoming period;
 
 
Experiment
Results of the test shown that Humus ONLI  (compared with
 
 
results:
control):
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Impact on the
Impact on the
Impact on
Impact on
 
 
Line
number of
total mass of
the biomass
root
 
 
 
foetuses
yield
of plant
development
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
T-2
+ 11,2 %
+ 14,6 %
+ 12,4 %
+ 20,73 %
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
T-3
+ 8,54 %
+ 10,06 %
+ 8,67 %
+ 18,65 %
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
Impact on the
Impact on the
Impact on
Impact on
Line
number of
total mass of
the biomass
root
 
foetuses
yield
of plant
development
 
 
 
 
 
T-4
+ 11,2 %
+ 14,6 %
+ 12,4 %
+ 20,73 %
 
 
 
 
 
C-2
+ 12,34 %
+ 16,89 %
+ 14,76 %
+ 18,45 %
 
 
 
 
 
C-3
+ 10,02 %
+ 12,56 %
+ 10,24 %
+ 17,09 %
 
 
 
 
 
C-4
+ 5,03 %
+ 6,43 %
+ 3,04 %
+ 10,07 %
 
 
 
 
 
P-2
+ 7,09 %
+ 9,87 %
+ 10,65 %
+ 17,09 %
 
 
 
 
 
P-3
+ 3,59 %
+ 6,89 %
+ 6,34 %
+ 10,27 %
 
 
 
 
 
P-4
+ 1,02 %
+2,3%
+ 1,87 %
+ 4,38 %
 
 
 
 
 
A-2
+ 8,87 %
+ 15,78 %
+ 15,98 %
+ 16,34 %
 
 
 
 
 
A-3
+ 6,79 %
+ 9,78 %
+ 10,78 %
+ 13,67 %
 
 
 
 
 
A-4
+ 2,35 %
+ 4,76 %
+ 5,63 %
+9,82 %

Test 4.2.                       
Humus ONLI field tests on a field in Turkey. Year 2017
 
Place:      Turkey. Farm.
 
Treated crops:    
 
-    Tomatoes;
-       Cucumbers;
-       Strawberry;
-       Aubergine;
-       Bananas;
 
Experiment   Humus ONLIwas tested on different cultures. During the tests methodology:   wasn’tchanged the usual fertilizer plan. The test happened intoGreenhouses on open ground. Irrigation system at the root by
means of hoses.
Type of soils - red brown soil.
 
Was chosen 4 lines (50 linear meters in two rows) for each from four cultures. Lines were marked. Marker system was: the first spell of the name of Crop, number of Lines (for an example T-1). Lines were treated according to numbers:
1.       Control. Usual fertilizer plan;
 
2.       Usual fertilizer plan + mix of water and Humus ONLI on ratio 1000:1 . Mix was used every 14 days starting from 4-6 leaves stage to blossoming period;
 
3.       Usual fertilizer plan + mix of water and Humus ONLI on ratio 1500:1 . Mix was used every 14 days starting from 4-6 leaves stage to blossoming period;
 
4.       Usual fertilizer plan + mix of water and Humus ONLI on ratio 2000:1 . Mix was used eevery 14 days starting from 4-6 leaves stage to blossoming period;
 
Experiment
Results of the test shown that Humus ONLI (compared with
results:
control):
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Impact on the
Impact on the
Impact on
Impact on
Line
number of
total mass of
the biomass
root
 
foetuses
yield
of plant
development
 
 
 
 
 
T-2
+ 14,4 %
+ 15,89 %
+ 17,58 %
+ 17,24 %
 
 
 
 
 
T-3
+ 10,73 %
+ 11,12 %
+ 10,31 %
+ 15,89 %
 
 
 
 
 
T-4
+ 5,43
+ 5,84
+ 7,57
+ 11,97 %
 
 
 
 
 

 
Impact on the
Impact on the
Impact on
Impact on
Line
number of
total mass of
the biomass
root
 
foetuses
yield
of plant
development
 
 
 
 
 
C-2
+ 13,61 %
+ 15,34 %
+ 16,21 %
+ 17,85 %
 
 
 
 
 
C-3
+9,2%
+ 11,86 %
+ 11,27 %
+ 14,62 %
 
 
 
 
 
C-4
+ 4,65 %
+ 5,78 %
+ 4,57 %
+ 10,5 %
 
 
 
 
 
S-2
+ 12,56 %
+ 15,36 %
+ 10,34 %
+ 12,21 %
 
 
 
 
 
S-3
+ 9,64 %
+ 10,28 %
+5,9%
+ 9,64 %
 
 
 
 
 
S-4
+ 5,73 %
+5,9%
+ 2,43 %
+ 3,89 %
 
 
 
 
 
A-2
+ 10,24 %
+ 17,38 %
+ 15,77 %
+ 14,4 %
 
 
 
 
 
A-3
+ 7,03 %
+ 10,78 %
+ 10,56 %
+ 11,24 %
 
 
 
 
 
A-4
+ 3,13 %
+ 4,37 %
+5,39%
+7,21 %
 
 
 
 
 
B-2
+ 6,78 %
+ 15,43 %
+ 15,89 %
+ 10,56 %
 
 
 
 
 
B-3
+ 2,98%
+ 7,35 %
+ 10,67 %
+ 7,64 %
 
 
 
 
 
B-4
+ 0,98%
+ 2,98 %
+4,9%
+ 3,33 %

 

 

Photo fixation:
 
 
Tomatoes
 
 
Aubergines

Bananas





5. Conclusion
 
5.1. Major
-
Increases production of crops, feed crops and vegetables by
benefits (easy
 
10 – 20 % at the average;
 
 
evaluable)
-
Seed germination capacity is improved and increased those
 
 
germinations;
 
 
 
- Seedling establishment after re-planting is improved;
 
 
 
- Increase surviving of plants and save harvest in the case of
 
 
unfavourable climatic factors, due plant resistance against
 
 
diseases, frosts and droughts is increased due to a more
 
 
active nitrate reductase;
 
 
 
- Increases the effectiveness of insecticides, and also doubles
 
 
the speed of plant recovery after the application of herbicides
5.2. Benefits
-
Increase the bioavailability of mineral fertilizers and their
(proven by
 
deposit in the soil;
 
 
research)
-
Plant metabolism is improved, consumption of minerals
 
 
increased along with root system formation;
 
 
 
-
Decreases soil salinity;
 
 
 
- Nitrate, pesticide, heavy metal ion and radionuclide content is
 
 
decreased into plants tissues;
 
 
 
- Increases water capacity of light soils (by 30% in the average),
 
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