Liquid fertilizer contains all substances in soluble form, presented in vermicompost. Vermicompost effect is still associated with micro-flora, which is excreted from the surface of the worm body and symbiotic microorganisms that exist in the intestine of the worm. Extract GROWO is a comprehensive, organic fertilizer that does not require the use of any additional fertilizers. The plant is provided with proper natural nutrition, in a native way through enrichment of the micro-flora surrounding it. This is an extract (concentrated extraction) of vermicompost, which is added in small quantities to water and is used both for watering the roots and for spraying the leaves. All the nutrients contained in the extract are assimilated by the plants at the cellular level, which leads to the acceleration of physiological and biochemical processes, and allows maximum absorption of all useful substances by plants. It consists of: humates, humic acids, fulvic acids, amino acids, macro and micro-elements, living bacteria and other substances.

Extract GROWO treated herbal plants – the germination and inter-growth energy of the seeds increases; growth and development of plants are stimulated, rooting improves and the root system becomes more powerful; increases the intensity of color, grass density; green leaf mass increases; decorative qualities of plants are improved; remain green for a month longer than usual; contributes to anti-stress resistance to environmental conditions and sharp climatic changes; increases immunity and adaptogenic reaction; development of pathogenic micro-flora is inhibited; resistance to diseases increases and most diseases are suppressed; carries a protective function against insect pests.

GROWO has been proven in practice that:

  • in a balanced and easily digestible form has all the necessary nutrients;
  • plants take for food that they need, at a time when it is necessary;
  • provides plants with nutrients throughout the growing season;
  • protects plants from dryness and excessive moisture;
  • helps plants pass through the winter;
  • enriches the soil with nutrients, updates it;
  • increases soil water holding capacity;
  • promotes aeration and improves soil structure, reduces erosion.

GROWO forms the natural micro-flora of the soil with a high-quality habitat. GROWO promotes and increases the ability of plants to absorb nutrients from chemical fertilizers if you use them, which reduces their use by up to 30%, saving money. GROWO is fully compatible with fungicides, pesticides and insecticides, which allows them to be used simultaneously without changing the process.

Liquid extract is intended: soaking seeds before sowing, feeding plants by spraying or watering of fruits, vegetables,  grain and ornamental plants, melons and gourds,. Long storage of cut flowers and extension of the flowering period. With intensive use of the extract, you can grow high-quality and organic purity products, reduce product loss during storage. GROWO is an extremely effective fertilizer with a wide range of applications for all plant crops.


The grass-plot is not necessarily short trimmed green grass in classic style. It can be a blossoming - Mauritanian or meadow, sports - resistant to abrasion, or garden. Selection of seeds for planting and aftercare, for example, the frequency of caring and feeding, watering and aeration, depends on the variety of grass-plot. While growing grass-plots is particularly noticeable effect of Vermicompost application.

Fertile layer formation - to bring in from 5 to 25% of vermicompost when preparing the fertile layer, depending on the condition of the soil. Vermicompost is highly saturated with beneficial substances and therefore should not be used in a proportion of more than 25% of the original volume of soil.

One of the main affirmations of the followers of organic cultivation is the idea that it is necessary to fertilize not the plants, but the soil. This means that vermicompost should improve the structure of the soil and make it live, contributing to the development of beneficial soil microorganisms. In turn, soil microorganisms decompose vermicompost, which slowly releases the nutrients needed by plants. Before and after adding vermicompost, the soil needs to be watered abundantly with water.

Soil science confirms that vermicompost improves the structure of the soil, having connected lumps (coprolites), as well as connecting structureless particles into lumps and creating free space between them. Structural soil has better air permeability, delivering oxygen necessary for respiration of plant roots and for the life of soil organisms. In addition, the structural soil has a greater water content, water permeability and the best temperature mode.

In addition to improving the soil structure, vermicompost increases the cation exchange capacity (CEC) - the ability of the soil to retain nutrients in a form that is available to plants, that is, the roots of plants growing in the soil with vermicompost, easier to absorb even the mineral fertilizers introduced into this soil.

Before applying vermicompost, it is very useful to know the structure and chemical composition of the soil in which vermicompost will be introduced. In the absence of this information, mistakes can be made, even meticulously following the advice from reliable sources.

Nutrients absorbed from the soil by plants are divided into macroelements and microelements. Under the macroelements understand nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur, calcium and magnesium. These substances are consumed by plants in large quantities. Sulfur, calcium and magnesium in the soil is usually contained enough for plants. Often in the soil there is a lack of nitrogen, phosphorus or potassium, which plants and take from vermicompost. Simplifying a little, we can say that nitrogen helps the growth of the green mass of a plant, phosphorus - the growth of roots, the development of flowers and fruits, and potassium - the growth of roots and the overall resistance of the plant. Microelements include iron, copper, zinc, manganese, molybdenum, boron, and some other elements. These substances are needed by plants in very small quantities and, as a rule, are present in the soil. Applying vermicompost microelements deficiency is unlikely.

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