Bioton

Organic horticulture

For sowing and transplanting all vegetable garden plants.

This soil is obtained by mixing refined peats – selected for their grain size and degree of humification – montmorillonite clay and bark humus. Bioton is well-suited both for cultivating and repotting many plant species (with the exception of acidophiles), and for improving the soil available. Due to its composition and the specific fertilization, Bioton is allowed in organic farming. The presence of clay allows water and nutrients to be retained, by gradually releasing them over time.

Technical sheet


HUMUS: A NATURAL NUTRIMENT

The 100% vegetable humus, rich in nutritive elements that are useful for plants, promotes a vigorous growth and an abundant development of the root system.


IRISH PEAT

It is a particularly refined ingredient, which guarantees the oxygenation of the roots and prevents water stagnation. It is best suitable for maintaining a stable substrate structure over time.


CLAY

Montmorillonite clay allows water and nutrients to be retained, by gradually releasing them over time.


Composition

0–10 mm blonde peat
OTB Irish peat
Bark humus
Clay

Fertilization

Organic, allowed in organic farming.

Characteristics

pH (H2O)
6,0 – 6,8
CE
0,20 – 0,30 dS/m

Packaging

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