With the aim to meet farmer’s challenges of restoring the optimal pH value to the soil we offer lime fertilizers with magnesium. Due to its low solubility, carbonate lime fertilizer can raise the pH even for several years after its application, which depends largely on the granulation and moisture of the soil. The product has a significant magnesium content which varies according to the mine.
Go for deacidification of the soil with Devonit lime fertilizer. Very good quality, affordable price, especially recommended for organic farming.
The quality of our products is confirmed by independent opinions of various institutes, qualifications certificates and systematic inspections carried out in our plants. However, the best proof of their effectiveness is the constantly growing group of users and distributors!
Soil acidification is a natural process leading to the accumulation of H+ hydrogen cations. This phenomenon is revealed only when the soil is unable to neutralize excess H+ ions on its own. This is manifested by a decrease in pH and leads to a reduction in soil fertility. In addition, man, through systematic fertilization, especially with nitrogen fertilizers, the use of various agrotechnical treatments as well as industrial activity, contributes to the increase in the rate of soil acidification processes.
- The basic problem of plant cultivation in Poland
- Low yields
- Poor plant growth and development
- High activity of harmful elements
- High activity of heavy metals
- Poor assimilation of nutrients by plants
- Unfavorable biological changes in the soil
- positive opinion on agricultural usefulness issued by the Institute of Cultivation, Fertilization and Soil Science in Puławy,
- product qualification certificate for use in organic farming issued by the Institute of Cultivation, Fertilization and Soil Science in Puław,
- systematic quality checks carried out by the Chemical and Agricultural Station in Kielce and its own Plant Laboratory of ŚGP INDUSTRIA S.A.
- constant interest of Farmers and Trading Companies, forming a group of regular recipients of lime fertilizer.