HOW IS NURTURE GROWTH
RESCUING FOOD WASTE
The fertilizer production process begins by collecting food waste from supermarkets, restaurants, and food and beverage manufacturers. This nutrient-rich food waste becomes the base ingredient of our special formulation.
This nutrient-rich food waste becomes the base ingredient of our special formulation. Using our innovative biotechnology, Nurture Growth Bio adds proprietary micro-organisms and other natural ingredients.
All of this nutrients dense mix then goes through several fermentation cycles.
AT THE END OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
A highly concentrated, premium quality liquid organic
bio-fertilizer is produced; one that is made from all-natural ingredients using sustainable manufacturing practices.
HOW DOES NURTURE GROWTH
Our proprietary formulation contains living micro-organisms. When these are properly applied to seeds or plant surfaces, the micro-organisms colonize the interior of the plant and increase the supply of essential nutrients along with other mineral nutrients that the plant needs to thrive.
Nurture Growth’s micro-organism fixates nitrogen by absorbing and binding it to the root hairs of the host plant. This enables the roots to multiply increasing the density of the root system.
Nurture Growth’s innovative bio-organic fertilizer uses the science of “biomimicry” to emulate what happens in nature to promote plant health and improve soil conditions.
Nurture Growth’s bio-fertilizer also contains microbes that solubilize insoluble nutrients such as Phosphorous (P) and Potassium (K) that exist in the soil.
Although there is an abundance of nitrogen (N) in the atmosphere, it is inaccessible to most plants unless it is converted into other nitrogen compounds through a process known as nitrogen fixation.
When spraying nurture growth mixed with water, millions of beneficial micro-organisms colonize every part of the plant.
The micro-organisms colonize the interior of the plant and travel down to the roots
micro-organism fixates nitrogen by absorbing and binding it to the root hairs of the host plant. This enables the roots to multiply increasing the density of the root system.
The micro-organisms supply the plant with essential nutrients along with other mineral nutrients that it needs to thrive.
Did you know that there are more micro-organisms in one teaspoon of soil than there are humans on Earth?