We offer a wide range of soil conditioners, as well as liquid and foliar fertilisers. Many of our products have been approved for application within organic agriculture.

More in our Fertiliser Catalog.

Nowadays cereals are becoming increasingly valuable not only as food and feed but also as a renewable energy resource used for production of biofuels.

A judicious use of fertilisers can considerably enhance the quality of cereals. It is important not only to optimise nitrogen supply but also to adjust the supply of potassium, magnesium and sulphur as well as that of trace elements. The quality of cereals is defined by the intended end use.

Vegetables have a vital role in our diets. They are important sources of many key nutrients and are naturally low in fat and calories. Vegetables greatly contribute to providing us with minerals. This is why the provision of an optimal supply nutrients to vegetable crops is of the utmost importance.

As opposed to the arable crops, harvesttime of vegetables is very often in the middle of their vegetative development. It is therefore necessary to provide a full supply of nutrients very early on.

The citrus fruits, including oranges, mandarins, grapefruits and lemons, are currently collectively the most important group in terms of production worldwide. Today, Brazil is the largest producer of oranges, and Japan of mandarins. Spain, Italy and Mexico lead in the production of lemons and limes, whereas the USA produce the largest quantity of grapefruits.

Citrus fruits are rich in vitamins, especially vitamin C. Their mild acid and bitter taste is beneficial for the digestion and blood circulation. Citrus fruits can be consumed fresh or processed. The citrus peel is rich in pectin which is used in the production of jellies, marmalades, sweets, jams, and pharmaceutical preparations.

We can provide specific nutrient recommendations for improving both crop yield and quality for all of the major crops.

The oilseed rape crop is of enormous importance for many agricultural producers. Since rapeseed oil is a highly nutritious cooking oil, demand on the world market is rapidly increasing. In addition to that, large quantities are required for processing oil into biofuels as a renewable energy source, adding to the demand for the crop.

Oilseed rape has great cultural benefits. The introduction of a combinable broad-leaved crop in crop rotation instead of a cereal monoculture can increase yields of winter wheat by up to 10%. Furthermore, crop rotation with rapeseed reduces pest and disease pressure. Oilseed rape is a crop which is particularly suited to minimum tillage farming and saves the farmer time, energy and costs.

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