natural fertilizers for sustainable horticulture.
The macroalgae biomass produced can have a significant introduction into the agricultural sector as an organic (and therefore biological) fertilizer, which is currently still too limited.
The strength of fertilizers based on macroalgae grown in the plant lies in the high nitrogen content.
Considering that in organic farming the land demands for optimal fertilization are huge and weigh heavily on the economic management of farms, the strength of our fertilizer lies in the economy and in the costs of application and production extremely minor, according to the use of low environmental impact systems that have a similar profitability to intensive production.
Costs consistently limit the management of agricultural enterprises and territorial economic development by discouraging company operators to apply practices with a high environmental compatibility but with greater charges.