Analyze the soil and identify the nutritional needs of plants for qualitative yields and a nutrient-rich diet
AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY
FCA Fertilisants offers to carry out soil analysis for its customers in order to support them in setting up a fertilization plan adapted to their crops and soil types.
Soil analysis is a prerequisite to guarantee fertilization adapted to the needs of crops, according to their soil and climate contexts. Adding large amounts of fertilizer to the soil does not guarantee improved yields. Only the analysis results can allow the soil to be properly rebalanced to feed the plants according to their specific needs.
Analysis of soil samples are done in the laboratory. Several elements are considered:
THE COMPLETE ANALYSIS KIT
FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
The practices and methods used in agriculture must respect various challenges: a higher level of profitability, the environment, as well as animal and human health
In addition to offering a soil analysis service, FCA Fertilisants analyzes food values in approved laboratories, guaranteeing farmers a high level of quality in the harvested products. Because organic farming practices can sometimes be overused, only the analysis of pesticide residues and nutrients guarantees the quality of food. Target food analysis:
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ARISING FROM ANALYZES
Soil analysis and food analysis are essential in order to remedy various problems: leaching, water stress, poor root development of plants, presence of pathogens, reduction of organic matter in the soil, low concentration of nutrients in plants, etc. Their results make it possible to target what should be brought to the soil and plants, but also to effectively comply with the processes of sustainable agriculture.
Soil bioremediation is a process that aims to clean up soils. Living organisms are thus used to degrade contaminants harmful to ecosystems, which spread in the earth and in water. Microorganisms have a major role in reducing the contamination of toxic pesticides and the environmental carbon footprint. The bioremediation process is supported by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Conservation agriculture uses methods that aim to regenerate the biological activity of the soil to increase the quality and quantity of yields, in addition to reducing pollution of ecosystems. These methods provide for minimal tillage, the association of plant species present in the soil, permanent soil cover and eco-alternative fertilization.