With his pioneering publications on agricultural chemistry (1840 – 1842) Justus von Liebig sparked a agricultural revolution. Mineral fertilizers led to a huge increase in agricultural productivity. Now it was possible to safely supply the rapidly growing population with food. But has this not already happened before ? How could civilizations in South America feed their large cities on barren soils ? Their secret was closed nutrient cycles.
Organic waste was not wasted, but used in highly efficient forest gardens as fertilizer. By contrast, modern civilization uses finite resources for fertilization. This global phosphorus resources are almost depleted as a result. Nitrogen, although abundantly present in the air, is synthesized with considerable energy expenditure. Fertilizers pollute water and groundwater. The gases liberated by fertilization processes contribute significantly to climate change. The solution for these urgent problems: a nutrition cycle with sophisticated nutrient dynamics. An important element here is CARBUNA AND Amino Nutrient Dynamic.
Amino Nutrient Dynamic
CARBUNA AND is based on natural materials, a by-product of yeast and ethanol production. This vinasse is derived from sugar cane or sugar beet. For CARBUNA AND the vinasse is enriched in amino acids by Bio Active microorganisms. These amino acids contain nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus as well as important trace elements and many enzymes.