By Leonardo Gottems, Reporter for AgroPages
Dimicron, one of the Fertiláqua Group companies, has announced the launch of the DimiLOM soil conditioner. The base of the product is composed of organic acids (organic carbon, nitrogen and potassium), with a greater supply of fulvic acids, considered the thinnest part of soil organic matter.
According to the manufacturer, DimiLOM solution promotes stimuli for a natural chemical, and the physical and biological restructuring of the soil, maximizing its original characteristics. According to Dimicron, this is an example of an “ecologically correct solution formulated with organic raw materials and sourced from the soil itself”.
“With this, we prepare the environment for the multiplication and rebalancing of microorganisms; we create conditions for the development of plant roots, and consequently, we improve the applied soil. We contribute to the full recovery of the productive environment, generating the sustainable construction of productivity,” explained Deyvid Bueno, development manager of Dimicron.
The product aims to provide the best use of nutrients, with the largest accumulation of dry matter, which directly affects and contributes to the content of soil organic matter, with the activation of microorganisms. This favors the production of the crop installed in different types of terrain, providing increasingly balanced soils with higher yield potential.
“Currently, Brazilian farmers have been looking for new alternatives for the better use of soil, water and other natural resources to make agriculture more sustainable, maintaining (or even increasing) productivity gains and crop yields. Dimicron is committed to developing sustainable agriculture that manages productive and non-degraded environments and brings it into the DNA of its products and services,” concluded the manufacturer.