about

"Organiksa", utilizing the base assets, to catch the most astounding yield and the most elevated quality that the world needs. That is to address the issues utilizing less water, less soil and less specialized hardware. With a specific end goal to accomplish this objective, Organiksa plans to serve nature by...

Humic Acid Test

  • News
  • April 27, 2018
  • 0
Humic Acid Test - Leonardite Raw Material. Mineral Organic Fertilizer. Total 6 Mines. Millions of tons. Raw material reserve. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZcgJSXDhJk[/embed]

Organic Fertilizer Benefits

Organic Fertilizer Benefits Organic Fertilizer Benefits - Why not use synthetic fertilizers? It’s a reasonable question. After all, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium ARE chemicals, so where is the advantage in these bags of heavy, grainy stuff, that need to be measured and mixed and then dug in, when you can just pick...

Tomato Growing

Tomato Growing Tomato Growing If you grow fruits and vegetables, chances are you've thought of growing tomatoes. With so many varieties, delicious flavors, and health benefits, what's not to love? With proper care in the planting, growing, and harvesting stages, you can enjoy a successful crop this year and for...

Effect of Nitrogen on Wheat Growth

  • News
  • November 8, 2017
  • 0
Effect of Nitrogen on Wheat Growth Effect of Nitrogen on Wheat Growth Nitrogen (N) is often the most deficient of all the plant nutrients. Wheat is very sensitive to insufficient nitrogen and very responsive to nitrogen fertilization.The most important role of N in the plant is its presences in the...

Fertilizing Potatoes

Fertilizing Potatoes Fertilizing Potatoes,Potatoes like a slightly acid soil, pH of around 5.0 but will grow in a range from 5.0 to 6.5. Common potato scab (brown cork like tissue on surface of tubers) can be a problem if the soil pH levels are on the alkaline or "sweet" side....

Agronomy

  • News
  • November 8, 2017
  • 0
Helping the World Grow the Food it Needs Agronomy The human population reached seven billion in 2011 and is expected to reach nine billion by 2050. This means crop production will need to double in the next 40 years to sustain demand. More food, fiber and fuel will be required...