Organics Alive V-Series Fertilizers are innovative, certified organic and are available in Dry Soluble and Granular forms. They are derived from microbial extracts but are absent of any microbes. They exclude salts, chemicals and non-essential heavy metals. They are comprised of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium in addition to significant amounts carbon as well as other organic molecular compounds derived from microbial extracts.
Organics Alive has always been on the forefront of innovative technologies. Our research and Development team have helped in manufacturing organic N P K fertilizers through a unique bacterial extraction process from microorganisms.
OA V-Series Organic Fertilizers are single nutrient source fertilizers with plant available nitrogen, phosphorus and potash. Each nutrient is manufactured separately from a pure organic source. They are rich in organic carbon. Different formulations are designed to be used as foliar spray and for soil application. They help to increase soil quality, and biological development when applied to soil.
Each nutrient is manufactured by certain bacteria by building its concentration inside their bacterial cell. Once the bacteria are at capacity with the nutrient it is delivered outside the cell through a unique transportation process triggered by bacterial mechanisms. This process results in the release of the fertilizer nutrient outside the bacteria in the medium made for nutrient harvest.
Nitrogen producing bacteria also have capabilities to build
amino acids and peptide during the growth phase and
transport them out of the cells by an active transport
process that utilizes specialized membrane proteins.
Phosphorous is formed in the bacteria as sugar
phosphates. These are the high energy molecules
produced by glycolysis inside the cell and released in
the form of plant available phosphorous (P205)
outside the bacteria.
Potassium ion (K+) is the major cation inside the
normal bacterial cell. These potassium ions are
generated at an extraordinary speed by a unique
microbe and released outside the bacteria through a
unique channel from the cells. This results in the
plant available potash as fertilizer.