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Agriculture

Organic farming

BOOST THE QUALITY AND YIELD OF YOUR ORGANIC CROPS

 

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Opting for organic farming means setting your sights on production quality while minimising environmental impact. This type of farming, increasingly sought after by consumers, has led to increasingly strong demand for "organic" labelled products.
SOBAC offers a unique, recognised concept consisting of spontaneous micro-organisms developed by Marcel Mézy Technologies, that create humus and develop the life in your soil, to boost both the quality and quantity of your production.

For livestock farmers, SOBAC markets Bactériolit which, in addition to improving the salubrity of buildings, quickly transforms your livestock effluent (manure, slurry) into humus to augment the fertility capital of your soil while reducing nitrates leaching.


Complementing it, and for all operations that don't have livestock effluent, there is Bactériosol, which enables wine growers, cereal farmers, arboriculturalists and market gardeners to improve the fertility of their soil naturally. The nutritional quality of the output is improved, resistance to drought and diseases is strengthened thanks to a more developed root system and the creation of a biological balance by the micro-organisms. The mechanical properties of the soil are improved by the creation of humus, making the soil easier to work, increasing its water absorption capacity, and reducing leaching.

 

All these factors increase the overall profitability of the operation (yields, veterinary costs, nutritional quality, self-sufficiency), while meeting Organic Farming requirements in terms of protecting natural resources (protecting water resources and fighting global warming by storing carbon in the soil).

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