Award Winning Organic Fertilizer in Kenya
Join 10,000+ farmers making a difference in their farm yields and the environment towards a sustainable future.
Our vision is to eradicate poverty among rural farmers by using technology to decentralize, manufacture and sell high yielding organic fertilizer.
Numbers that matter
Increase in yields for farmers
Increase in income for farmers
Jobs created since inception
Number of Acres rejuventated
Farmers impacted since inception
Waste recycled to date
What Farmers are saying...
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Jepkering Singoei is a very busy farmer, mother and grandmother. She often works alone on the farm but looks forward to the times when her grandchildren are at the farm and they work the fields together.
When she was young, farming was good. “While we waited for the rains to come, we planted our maize and beans. The harvests were bountiful, and pests were never seen on the farm. Over time, the farm became polluted with the use of synthetic fertilizer with harvest yields decreasing year over year.” Like some other micro-farmers, Jepkering was skeptical. “I am now a strong supporter of organic fertilizer. It is cheaper than synthetic fertilizer and now I look forward to harvesting my crops.”
Soil Testing Services in Kenya
If you are a serious farmer who is looking to increase his/her yields, then there should be no debate on whether you need a soil test done or not. A soil test is a sophisticated analysis of the soil to determine its chemical composition, PH levels, and whether or not it is prone to any diseases. Soil tests also enable the farmer to know the levels of potassium, phosphate, magnesium and other metals in the soil.
In addition, a soil test can detect the presence of fungi and bacteria that can negatively affect your crops.
Soil tests are mandatory if you plan to make your farming venture a success. It is affordable and can save you hundreds of thousands of shillings in potential losses. To have a soil test done, give us a call and we will give you a free no obligatory quote.
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5 Reasons to Use Organic Fertilizer
This is a type of fertilizer that is made from either animal or plant matter. On the other hand, synthetic fertilizers are mined or manufactured through a chemical process. We all know that most chemicals are not environmentally friendly and it is for this reason we advise you stick to organic fertilizers. So why should you switch from synthetic to organic manure?
Did you know that some industrial nitrogen fertilizers can cause soil acidification? Yes, too much of it will make your soil too acidic causing your plants to be unhealthy and reducing yields. In addition, too much nitrogen can cause soil and water pollution, killing marine life.
So how does organic manure make the environment cleaner? The answer is simple, a product of agricultural waste should belong in the garden and not a landfill. An example of a product that has been used to make the environment friendlier is wheat stray waste that we use to make our fertilizers. Other leftover products that can be used as manure include cottonseed, bone meal and mushroom compost.
When you shift from synthetic to organic farming, you will realize an overall cost in saving. This is because organic nutrients are released into the ground at a much slower rate than synthetic ones. Also, keep in mind that many organic fertilizers add volume to the soil reducing the need for topsoiling.
Industrial fertilizers are manufactured using energy-intensive methods that require large amounts of fossil fuel to process. Other industrial fertilizers such as phosphate are extracted from the soil using explosives that cause ecological damage and destruction.
Finally, if you decide to go organic, you will benefit from higher yields, and you will worry less about consequences brought about by leaf burn such as low yields. Also, you will not be risking increasing the acidity levels of your soil because our fertilizer is a slow-release organic fertilizer.
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