Natural Soil Improver Mineral

  Eriland is made of kaolin, sepiolite, and zeolite, which are completely natural. These minerals boost the soil, save up the water at a 35-40% rates thanks to their capability of water retention, and enable to benefit from fertilizers. Kaolin clay and zeolite clinoptilolite contribute to converting impoverished soils into suitable soils for agriculture. Kaolin has been started to be used commonly by farmers in our country.

EriLand Offers Many Benefits for Improving Soil


How does Eriland Affect Soil?

Eriland, which is a soil improver, increases the cation exchange capacity, enables reversible hydration and dehydration, binds nutrients, and releases them to render available for the plant.

Eriland , soil improver, can be also used for reclamation of soils that are salted with extreme fertilization or include a salty nature. Furthermore, it can be used for regeneration and detoxification of the soils which are exposed to radioactive pollution or acidic, heavy metals.

Benefits of EriLand Soil Improver

Recommended Usage

Usage of EriLand in the field: It is applied by spreading it into the soil while preparing the seed and the field bed. The amounts can be ranged from 100 to 500 kg per decare.

Usage of EriLand in the Greenhouse: It is utilized by mixing into greenhouse soil before planting, applying 100-250 kg per decare for vegetables, 200-400 for ornamental plants.

Usage of EriLand in the Greenhouse: Eriland, which should be 2-5 per sapling, is used by mixing into the soil dug for planting. It can be mixed with seedbed compost at a rate of 25-30%. It is used in fruit trees such as apple, pear, peach, olive, and hazelnut, by mixing into the soil, which is at a depth of 10-20cm, from plant body to the projection of leaves, using 1-2 kg per root.

The amount that will be applied may vary depending on the soil structure, the season and species of the plant.

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