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Your soil’s food source is a key to its health and that of the microbial community, and it is from this extensive knowledge that we have created our high-performance Organic Fertilizers.

Every nutrient plays a critical role in the vitality of the soil. And so, we choose our ingredients and blend our formulas very carefully.

Humates and Seaweeds with its expertise in nutrient solution has created unique organic fertilizer raw materials and also offers wide range of standard and customized formulations as per the need of our customers.


Basic Categories

Soil nutrients are more than just the N-P-K (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium). The calcium and magnesium balance is critical to the soil, as are the other micro-nutrients, trace elements and minerals, Seaweeds, Humic acids, proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, vitamins and enzymes. Every organic and mineral input to the soil creates a reaction within the microbial community that works to build our soils and provide nutrition to our plants.

Knowing this, we formulate our ingredients based on a comprehensive nutritional balance to meet the needs of both the soil and plants, enhance the microbial activity, and provide short and long-term results for optimum plant vitality, sustainability and disease resistance.

We choose ingredients with the lowest heavy metal contents, striving to be below background standards for soil and environmental health.

Why Organic?

Organic fertilizers are 100% safe as they do not contain synthetic chemicals. The nutrients are derived from natural organic ingredients. 

With today’s growing concerns about the environment, more and more farming industries have turned to organic fertilizers as the safer and more cost-effective method compared to using artificial fertilizers.

Organic fertilizers help improve and maintain the structure of soil, no matter what type; for the clay type of soil, organic fertilizers are useful in preserving the tilt and structure to prevent soil from clumping. Organic fertilizers also help in maintaining the water holding capacity of soil which is perfect for sandy soil.

Main conditions

NPK Fertilizer

ORGANIC Fertilizer




Micronutrients (trace elements)



Organic matter



Humic, Fulvic acids



Effective availabillity of nutrients



Optimal water absorption of the soil



Optimal aeration of the soil



Optimal nutrient ratio (availlable analysis)



Healthier plants, resistent to pets and diseases



Environment friendly



Substainable product



Easy to use and storage



Crop quality increase



Yield increase



Price total per package (NPK, micronutrients, macronutrients, humic acids, sustainabillity)





























Organic fertilizers are naturally rich in nitrogen,phosphorus, and potassium, the three major nutrients needed in plant growth.Organic fertilizers depend on microorganisms found in soil to break them down and release the nutrients.

Agricultural researches show time and time again that the key to a healthy farming is soil teeming with microscopic life. The acids in chemical fertilizers can kill these essential microorganisms. In contrast, organic fertilizers support them. There are no substances present in an organic fertilizer that can adversely affect or hinder microscopic life. Thus organic fertilizers prove not only beneficial to plants but also to the microorganisms found in soil.

Amino Acids are the building blocks of proteins. They are needed for the production of proteins, hormones, neurotransmitters, nucleic acids and peptides. The benefits of Amino Acids Supplements have importance not only as protein building blocks but also are important to metabolism, growth, reproduction and immunity.

Every plant like any living organism need certain components for growth over and above soil, sun, rain, and air. The basic component of living cells is protein, with building block material, amino acid. Proteins are formed by sequences of amino acid. Plants synthesize amino acids from the primary elements, carbon and oxygen obtained from air, Hydrogen from water in the soil. This forms carbon hydrate by means of photosynthesis and by combining it with the nitrogen which the plants obtain from the soil, leads to synthesis by amino acid and collateral metabolic pathways. Only L amino acids are part of these proteins and have metabolic activity.

The requirement of amino acids in essential quantities is well known as a means to increase yield and overall quality of crops. The application of amino acids foliar use is based on its requirement by plants in general and at critical stages of growth in particular. Plants absorb amino acids through stomas and it is proportionate to environment temperature.

Foliar nutrition in the form of protein hydrolysate and foliar spray provide readymade building block for protein synthesis. Amino acids are also supplied to plant by incorporating in the soil. It helps in improving the microflora of the soil facilitating the assimilation of nutrients. Amino acids are also supplied to plants by incorporating into the soil. Amino acids are fundamental ingredient in the process of protein synthesis. About 20 important amino acids are involved in the process and each function. Studies have proved that amino acid can directly or indirectly influence the physiological activities of the plants.

Effect on Plants :

1. Protein synthesis:

Proteins have structural function, metabolic function (enzymes), a transport function and a stock of amino acid function. Only L amino acids are assimilated by plants.

2. Stress tolerance:

High temperature, low humidity, frost, pest attack, hailstorm and floods have negative effect on plant metabolism with corresponding reduction in crop quality and quantity. The application of amino acid before, during after the stress conditions supplied the plants with amino acid which are directly related to stress physiology and thus has a preventing and recovering effect.

3. Effect of photosynthesis:

Plants synthesis and carbohydrate by photosynthesis, and chlorophyll is the molecule responsible for the absorption of the light energy. These protein hydrolysates help to increase chlorophyll concentration in the plant leading to higher degree of photosynthesis.

4. Action on the stomas:

Stomas are the cellular structures that control the hydric balance of the plant.

5. Chelating effect:

Amino acids have chelating effect on micronutrients when applied together with micronutrients the absorption and micronutrient inside the plants are easier.

6. Pollination and fruit formation:

Protein hydrolysates increase the pollen germination and the length of Pollinic tube.

7. Equilibrium of soil flora:

The equilibrium of the microbial flora of the agriculture soil is the good mineralization of the organic matter also for good soil structure and fertility around the roots.

Humic acid is said to increase root vitality, improve nutrient uptake, increase chlorophyll synthesis, help seed germination, increase fertilizer retention, stimulate beneficial microbial activity and promote healthier plants and improved yields. It is especially beneficial in freeing up nutrients in the soil so that they are made available to the plant as needed.

Beneficial effects of Humic acid on plants and on Seed material.


  • Increases germination and viability of seed.
  • Increases Vitamin content of plant.
  • Increases permeability of plant membrane so as to optimize uptake of minerals.
  • Increases availability of “Phosphorus”
  • Increases permeability of plasma resulting in increased uptake of nutrients.
  • A supplementary source of polyphenols which function as respiratory catalyst.
  • Conversion on iron in to available from protecting plant from chlorosis.
  • Stimulates plant growth by accelerating cell division.
  • Increases the rate of development in root system and increasing the yield of dry matter.
  • Stimulates root growth, especially lengthwise.
  • Increases root respiration and formation.
  • Stimulates plant enzymes.
  • It helps in photosynthesis.


  • Better and early seed germination by Inducing enzyme production.
  • Stimulating respiration in mitochondria.
  • Increasing oxidative phosphorylation.
  • Increasing seed membrane permeability
  • Better root growth and vigor of seedling.
  • Better absorption and utilization of nutrients.
  • Benefit during water stress.
  • Better and uniform crop stand.
  • Increases sugar content. High degree of sweetness of fruits.
  • Better development of mycelium in mushroom.
  • Early maturity.
  • Better keeping quality of fruits.
  • Longer shelf life of fruits and veg.
  • Uniform lush green grass (lawn).
  • Increases transport worthiness of the product.


  • Retains water soluble inorganic fertilizers in the root zones and releases them to plants when required.
  • Promotes the conversion of number of elements into forms available to plants.
  • Possesses extremely high ion exchange capacity.
  • Increases buffering properties of soil.
  • Rich in organic and mineral substances essential to plant growth.
  • Increases percentage of total nitrogen in the soil.
  • Increases root and top growth on a fresh and dry weight basis.
  • Enhances plant root uptake of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potash, Iron, Magnesium,
  • Copper, Zinc and Calcium from the soil.
  • Enhances plant foliar nutrient absorption and translocation
  • Influences enzyme systems
  • Results in higher yields of better quality of crop produce.
  • Accelerates germination rates and enhances seedling emergence and uniformity


  1. Seed Treatment
  2. Root Dip.
  3. Seedling Dip.
  4. Foliar Spray.
  5. Soil Application.
  6. Through Drip Irrigation.
  7. Application in Mushroom Bags.
  8. Tank mix with Herbicides.
  9. Tank mix with Insecticides.
  10. Along with inorganic fertilizers.

Seaweed is among the best gifts nature makes available for the farmers. Seaweed extract is 100% natural fertilizer containing micro and macro nutrients. Seaweed contains a sufficient amount of oceanic bio-active matter such as Phycocolloid, Mannitol, Oligose, Polyphenol, Trehalase, Cytokinin, Betaine, Lignin etc which are essential for improving germination, root development, leaf quality, general plant vigor and resistance to pathogens.

Seaweed extract is used as organic fertilizer because of its organic micro nutrient, NPK and Natural Growth Hormones content such as Cytokine’s, Alginic Acid, Mannitol, Gibberellins. Seaweed is used as Plant Growth Promoter for all Kinds of Plants.

An adequate amount of potassium, nitrogen, growth promoting hormones, micronutrients, humic acids etc. present in seaweeds make it as excellent fertilizer. Unlike chemical fertilizer, fertilizers derived from seaweeds (Fucus, Laminaria, Ascophyllum, Sargassum etc.) are biodegradable, non-toxic, non-polluting and non-hazardous to human, animals and birds. Chemical fertilizers have degraded the fertility of the soil by making it acidic, rendering it unsuitable for raising crops. Farmers, all throughout the world are switching over to organic fertilizers. Seaweed manure besides increasing the soil fertility increases the moisture holding capacity and supplies adequate trace metals thereby improving the soil structure. This explains its worldwide use as manure along the coastal areas. Recently adopted technique, of spraying fertilizer on the plants has increased nutrient absorption efficiency in the plants. The nutrients are not leached down in to the soil but are available to the plant through leaf openings. Leaves absorb nutrients within 10 to 15 minutes of its application.

Seaweed extract also benefits in flower set and fruit production. Seaweed has been shown to improve the leaf content of micronutrients, promote growth, and impart resistance to drought stress. The key point is that there is an increased economic benefit.


Here is a look at the major benefits of using Seaweed Extract:

  • Seaweed contains large traces of potassium and natural hormones making it a hearty fertilizer that strengthens roots and a plant’s overall system.
  • It lowers vulnerabilities against diseases.
  • Because seaweed comes from the ocean it doesn’t introduce unwanted seeds to the new environment.
  • Improves the uptake of nutrients (CEC)
  • Improves root structure and development
  • Boosts seed germination
  • Reduces fertilizer runoff
  • Increases yields
  • Prevents disease and heat stress
  • Promotes healthier crops