Healthy soil is a combination of minerals, rock, water, air, organic matter (plant and animal residue), microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi and protozoa and a variety of insects and worms. This intricate web carries out a process that continually replenishes the soil and maintains long-term soil fertility.

For sustained growth, plants require macro-nutrients and trace elements. Macro-nutrients include, nitrogen (N), phosphorous (P), potassium (K), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg) and sulfur (S). Trace elements include, iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn). For optimum plant growth, soil must be capable of storing these nutrients and transferring them to the root surface for uptake by plants.

BioSuperGrowth™ plays a major role in this process. It biodegrades non-living organic matter already in the soil thereby building structure and providing a balanced supply of nutrients and trace elements in a form that is readily available to plants. The ongoing degradation of soil organic matter replenishes and maintains long-term soil fertility by providing optimal conditions for soil biological activity.

BioSuperGrowth™ contains readily available nutrients in the right proportions to assist in enhancing plant health, growth and productivity.



Most fertilizers add nitrogen to the soil. This can be done via chemical fertilizers, or through a process called biological nitrogen fixation (BNF). BioSuperGrowth™ uses the soil microorganisms found in the soil to greatly enhance the re-colonization of these beneficial microorganisms that uses BNF to produce nitrogen in the soil.

In other words, by applying BioSuperGrowth™, the various nitrogen-fixing bacteria present in the soil will be greatly multiplied in numbers and will carry out Nitrogen fixation from the air and the soil. Organic Nitrogen is replenished in the soil after each harvest when plant matter and decaying plant matter is turned into humus thereby creating a simultaneous organic regeneration cycle in the soil.


Figure 1. The Cycle.

Phosphate is taken up by plant from soil, utilized by animals that consume plants, and returned to soils as organic residues decay in soils (Figure 1). Much of the phosphate used by living organisms becomes incorporated into organic compounds. When plant materials are returned to the soil, this organic phosphate will slowly be released as inorganic phosphate or be incorporated into more stable organic materials and become part of the soil organic matter. The release of inorganic phosphate from organic phosphates is called mineralization and is caused by microorganisms breaking down organic compounds.

Essentially BioSuperGrowth™ enhances the growth of (Phosphate Solubilising Bacteria) which fixes the renewable organic Phosphate into inorganic form of which is taken up by the plant. Therefore, the phosphate is constantly renewed in the soil as the organic residues decay in the soil. The use of chemical fertilizers on the other hand destroy these beneficial PSB and thus the available phosphate is not used by plants because they are still in their organic forms.


Sources of potassium include, dead plant material, manure, compost, granite dust, greensand, and seaweed.

BioSuperGrowth™ aids in the conversion of the potassium found in dead plant material especially after each harvest where the dead plant material is rotavated together with the soil. Therefore, the potassium is constantly renewed in the soil as the organic dead plant matter decays in the soil and is converted to inorganic form by the bacteria present in the soil which has been greatly increased in numbers by BioSuperGrowth™, which multiplies in the soil and fixes the potassium to inorganic form to be taken up by the plants.

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