Organic fertilizer destined for agricultural land with Fertilo Pellets
for soil improvement and maximum exploitation of nutrients
Fertilo is a young company growing up in Or Recycling Park.
Fertilo specializes in developing, manufacturing and supplying organic fertilizer pellets which have a slow release mechanism of nutrients that improve absorption directedly into the root zone and increase crop yields.
Fertilo is part of Or Recycling Park’s circular economy, the raw material for production of the pelletsis produced by the base company, Compost Or. Furthermore, the pellets are enriched with chicken manure, collected from the chicken coops using a co- company, Ecologz, premier product.
One major challenge today is to ensure fresh and healthy food production, in sufficient quantity for the growing population on earth.
Fertilo pellets increase crops yield, enrich the soil and help prevent several agronomical difficulties in crop feeding.
Their use as agricultural slow release nutrient source and growth enhancer increase soil fertility and therefor crop yield. The organic-origin pellets add NPK in slow release manner depending on temperature and relative humidity around the root zone.
Our pellets are produced from various mixtures of high-density organic compost at 10% water content, enabling a long shelf life and long-term feeding.
The use of the organic pellets close to the plants root zone allows for a targeted feeding without wasting organic matter that is not utilized by plants roots in the field.
Modern agriculture overuse chemical fertilizers – damaging agricultural soil and causing soil salinity including underground water.
A constant use of our pellets provides an adequate and biological response to soil improvement and contributes to soil healing and added fruitfulness.
Our organic solid fertilizer, an innovative development product, based on advanced and unique technology, which significantly reduces the need for chemical fertilizers providing many advantages in agricultural fertilization and soil improvement.
A Premium product providing the best results in crops growth
Pasteurized and free from pthogens and weeds
Customized pellet mix (NPK)
Ensuring over time environmental protection and soil maintenance
Cost saving fertilizer
Easy to store and applied
Different packaging options
Excellent for soil improvement
Long shelf life
Significantly reduces soil and groundwater salinity
Organic material concentrated into pellets – high quality and cost-effective improvement
Since the dawn of history, Men has used different types of organic materials for the improvement of agricultural land. Agricultural land restoration contributes to the production of fine agricultural produce while maintaining soil fertility for generation to come .
After years of intensive crop production, there has been a continuous decline in the content and concentration of the organic matter in agricultural soils, that’s why it is necessary to restore soils’ organic matter of which it was deprived.
Soils rich in organic matter provide the plant whatever is needed for its development.
Soils rich in organic matter are also rich in microorganisms that break down the organic materials into simpler and cyclic elements creating more nutritious compounds.
These components are made available to the plant and help vigorous and optimal growth.
A decrease in organic matter content in soil affects the micro-organisms environment , and the efficient and rapid absorption of the necessary nutrients for plant development.
Pellets production help the dispersion of organic matter around the root zone enabling plant-soil nutrient transition improvement.
In hot, dry and desert areas, like in our south and east regions, as the % of organic matter in the soil is relatively low,
farmers have been using agricultural residuals for many years. In order to fertilize the soil with different types of organic waste to maintain maximum yield of agricultural crops.
The dispersion of various types of waste in the agricultural area is largely done by methods that are often
dubious and have not changed in years. Dispersing the organic fertilizer over the entire field results in considerable waste of energy and transportation – as a considerable part of is wasted with the wind.
Now, it has been recognized that in intensive and long-term crops the application of targeted organic matter and slow release to plant roots is more efficient and available throughout the whole season.