Digestive Micro Organisms Case study Pilot Project 1 – Sassenheim Estate

Digestive Micro Organisms

The role that Digestive Micro Organisms have in healthy soil

Digestive Micro Organisms

Client: Sassenheim Estates
General Location: Western Cape
South Africa
Crops: Cut Flowers such as lilies, Chrysanthemums, Sunflowers and various other flowers
General Description: 2.5 hectare, Tunnels with overhead sprinklers (180 microns). Fertilizes are dissolved before injected into the irrigation system.
Start Date: 25 February 2009

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