Productos Mineravi para Agricultura de Conservación y Agricultura de Carbono

Mineravi products for carbon conservation and agriculture agriculture

Several of the products offered by can be extremely useful in conservation agriculture and carbon agriculture, since both approaches emphasize the use of natural products and methods that improve soil health and promote environmental sustainability.

  1. Mineral soil amendments:

    • Basalt flour and volcanic lava flour: Rich in minerals and trace elements, they can improve soil structure and provide essential nutrients. In addition, they can help increase the carbon kidnapping capacity of the soil.
    • Dolomite agricultural and calcium carbonate: They can be used to correct soil acidity, which is crucial to maintain soil health and biological activity.
  2. Organic amendments:

    • Compost and earthworm: They improve organic matter of the soil, which is fundamental for conservation and help agriculture in carbon kidnapping.
    • Humus mixtures with minerals: These products combine the benefits of organic matter and minerals, improving soil fertility and their ability to store carbon.
  3. Substrates:

    • Peat: Although its use is more controversial in terms of sustainability, peat can be part of substrates that are used in cultivation systems that seek to minimize soil disturbance.
    • Expanded and perlite clay: They improve soil and drainage aeration, which are vital to the health of roots and the prevention of soil diseases.
  4. Specialized mixtures:

    • Custom mineral amendments: These can be designed to meet specific needs of the soil and particular crops, supporting crop rotation and biological diversity in the soil.
  5. Other products:

    • Calcium sulfate (agricultural plaster): It can improve the structure of heavy and clay soils and is useful to remedy soils with salinity problems.
    • Leonardita: As a source of humic acids, it can improve the availability of nutrients and microbial activity in the soil.

These products can be used in ways that respect the principles of conservation and carbon agriculture, helping to maintain or improve soil quality, increase biodiversity and reduce dependence on chemical inputs.

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