BIOCANNA Bio Terra Plus
CANNA Research has succeeded in developing a certified, organic soil that meets international organic standards. Bio Terra Plus is made up of 100% natural materials and as such can also be used for organic cultivation.
Bio Terra Plus is made up of top quality peats which include superior quality white peat. The airy structure of white peat is supplemented with shredded tree bark that has natural anti-fungus properties. Bio Terra Plus has been pre-fertilised with certified, organic ingredients such as bone meal, bat guano and a variety of trace elements from natural sources.
The peat that is used is the best quality that can be used and can only be found in a few places around the world. The longer fibre structures of the peat in Bio Terra Plus are much lighter which is an absolute advantage for the plant. in contrary to cheaper versions much lighter.
The bark we use has special characteristics. Low-quality bark can often be the cause of negative moulds. The one used in Bio Terra Plus has anti-septic characteristics!
In Bio Terra Plus there’s also use of coco’s fibre, actually the best Coco is used: CANNA COCO.
Certified balanced biological fertilising, enriched with positive soil bacteria for the plant will create a beneficial symbiosis this means:
- less soil diseases,
- better release and absorption of nourishments & better development of the plant.
Self-regulation and slow release effect
Bio Terra Plus is a pre-fertilised soil. The amount in which this pre-fertiliser is used by the soil depends on the degree on how the nutrients are administered. Bio Terra Plus regulates this by itself. So when you administer less nutrients it will use more of the pre-fertiliser and when you administer more nutrients it will reduce the amount of pre fertiliser needed The pre-fertilising remains present in the soil, even if it isn’t (directly) necessary, the soil will save the pre-fertilising for when it is required. The self-regulation doesn’t depend on the water added but depends on climate temperatures.
Slow release: gradually releasing the usable fertilisers for the plant from organic complexes/molecules in the soil because of a sort of degradable process. This process will reduce less rapidly unless applied directly to the nutrients, it will be administered to the medium and vice versa.