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Agriculture

Market gardening

PROFITABLE CROPS RESPECTING THE ENVIRONMENT

Vegetable box
Vegetable box

Vegetable cultivation, whether in greenhouses, enclosed gardens, or in open fields, increasingly finds itself faced with numerous problems. The operation has to produce enough to make production profitable and be able to afford seasonal staff, while taking into account the expectations of consumers who want beautiful vegetables but at the lowest possible price. To that must now be added environmental constraints, particularly in semi-urban areas, that demand reduced use of phytosanitary products. SOBAC markets a complex of micro-organisms, developed by Marcel Mézy Technologies, which transforms organic matter in the soul and livestock effluents into humus, a true soil pantry.

Bactériosol enables market gardeners to benefit from all the advantages of SOBAC natural fertilisation process. Roots grow deeper, plants absorb the nutrients they need, and grades are more consistent. Plants grow in a favourable environment, without excesses, become more resistant to diseases, which means the use of phytoproducts can be reduced. Soils are more porous, easier to work, which permits better water absorption and less leaching. Production costs decrease, increasing the profitability of the operation.

 

These improvements (soil fertility, less leaching, reduction in phytoproducts...) increase the overall profitability of the operation while complying with existing environmental requirements.

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