TerraCottem Universal & TerraCottem Complement in Horticulture & Agriculture

Horticulture / Agriculture

Incorporating the TerraCottem soil conditioning technology into the soil or growing medium improves the soil’s water and nutrient holding capacity, increases plant growth and yields, results in earlier harvesting and allows to plant in degraded and poor soils and reduces the need for watering up to 50%.

Growing herbs using TerraCottem Universal in a residential inner city court yard, Australia.
Orange tree nursery: left = control; right = TerraCottem Universal.
Orange tree cultivation: left = control; right = TerraCottem Universal.
Orange tree cultivation: left = control; right = TerraCottem Universal.
Garden cress. Left = TerraCottem Universal; right = control.
Camellia sinensis (tea) cultivation with TerraCottem Universal, Bangladesh.
Camellia sinensis (tea) cultivation with TerraCottem Universal, Japan.
Buxus sempervirens cultivation with TerraCottem Universal, Germany.
Phoenix dactylifera (date palm) cultivation with TerraCottem Universal.
Jatropha curcas cultivation with TerraCottem Universal, Kenya.
Mango cultivation with TerraCottem Universal, Kenya.
Helianthus (sunflower) cultivation. Left = 5g of TerraCottem Universal per pot; right = control.
Zea mays (corn) trial in greenhouse, Destelbergen, Belgium. From left to right increasing amounts of TerraCottem Universal (g/l).
Lycopersicum (tomato) cultivation with TerraCottem Universal.

Reap what you sow with the TerraCottem soil conditioning technology.

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