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BIOPROTECT was awarded the Gold cup and Honorary Diploma- "Moldagrotech (autumn) - 2016"

Between 19 and 22 October the BIOPROTECT company participated in the International Exhibition – “Moldagrotech (Autumn), 2016”, organized by "Moldexpo" and the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry of the Republic of Moldova.

Moldagrotech(spring) 2014

BIOPROTECT was awarded the Gold cup and Honorary Diploma for organic - mineral fertilizer product - “Rokohumin”, produced by the Slovak company – ROKOSAN.

Bioprotect at Moldagrotech(autumn) 2016

Bioprotect at Moldagrotech(autumn) 2016

ROKOHUMIN ® is a universal organic - mineral fertilizer in liquid form with content of humic acids for both foliar fertilizing as well as application by sealing or incorporating into the soil as an extension to the basic fertilization with solid fertilizers. An important attribute of fertilizer ROKOHUMIN® is its ecological character. Environmental friendliness of fertilizer is based on that its basic building material is feathers - biological waste, which could pollute the environment without processing. On the other hand, feathers as raw material are an important and completely natural source of nutrients and by its processing and recovery fertilizer acquires important organic components.

Composition : Total nitrogen content N min. 5.0%. P2O5 total phosphorus content min. 3.0%. The total content of potassium K2O min. 3.0%. Humic acid content min. 5.0%. Fertilizer also contains sulfur, iron, boron, zinc, copper, manganese, molybdenum.

Role of HUMIC ACIDS in the fertilizer ROKOHUMIN®
  • it increase the intensity of respiration of plants (in the absence of oxygen makes breathing easier by quinonid structures which at the oxidation in plant cells take in hydrogen)
  • it increase the chlorophyll content
  • it helps to improve photosynthesis at lower light intensity, e.g. in greenhouses or plastic greenhouses (increasing adsorption of photons)
  • it affects income and transport of nutrients (it binds macro and micronutrients to the chelate complexes, from which the plants take them in easier)
  • they affect positively on the development of root system, increasing the overall germinative capacity and overall viability

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