Biohumus & soil
Given the interest in green environment, i.e. responsibility to the nature and ourselves, UAB Biohumus & Soil was founded in 2011. We noticed the wide concern about the quality of food, and also where curious to discover and experience of the joys of gardening, flower growing, so we decided to produce biohumus – soil conditioner (fertilizer), a measure for reducing the accumulation of nitrate nitrogen compounds in the soil and in the harvest of every amateur gardener. This is the key to green agriculture.
Upon noticing the particular interest in biohumus, at the beginning of 2012 we decided to offer the market biohumus-based vermicompost – peat, sand and biohumus mixtures.
Biohumus-based mixtures have no rivals by their characteristics, compared with substrate or any other compost. Our company’s mixtures are targeted for skilled buyers interested in ecological gardening. Such buyers appreciate the composition of our mixtures.
In addition, the company packs organic compost – a mix of peat bog and cattle manure.
According to special orders, UAB Biohumus & Soil can produce mixtures (packaged and bulk) and supply pure vermicompost in large quantities.
The company is based in Rokiškis and has over 5000 square meters of production area.
What is biohumus
Derived from organic waste exposed to transformation in the digestive tract of earthworms
Why it’s worth?
Not only does it increase yields and provide the plant with all the nutrients it needs, but it also improves soil structure
Healthy and abundant harvests on your table, thanks to soil improvement with organic biohumus
Benefit of Biohumus
About the biohumus production process
A lifestyle that was still considered trendy a few years ago and that is not harmful to nature and man – the use of environmentally friendly household appliances, food, raw materials, etc. – is probably everyone’s priority today.
The earthworm is a unique biological factory created by nature itself. These animals have been steadily cleaning up the Earth’s organic waste for millions of years without being noticed. Plant, microbial and animal organic matter ingested by earthworms is converted into physiologically active substances in the earthworm’s digestive tract, like a biological reactor. The challenge for humans is to harness this natural technology and apply it to solving the pressing ecological problems.
What are the benefits? Vermicompost is rich in macro- and micro-nutrients, growth promoters, vitamins, antibiotics, amino acids and beneficial microflora. All of these substances affect the plant’s resistance to low temperatures and diseases, and improve plant establishment, marketability and flavour. The macro and trace elements in vermicompost are quite important.
Calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, trace elements and enzymes increase in the waste that passes through the intestines of earthworms. Mineral salts take on an easily assimilable plant form. Such biohumus has bactericidal properties and contains biostimulants and enzymes. Studies have shown the ability of vermicompost to bind radionuclides in soil and organic waste and to reduce the uptake of nitrates and heavy metals into plants. In earthworm biohumus, heavy metals are found in chelate-type compounds, which are almost not absorbed by plants.
UAB „Biohumus & Soil“
K. Donelaičio g. 16, 42163 Rokiškis
+370 686 05346