I have a small recreational plot on the Family Garden Allotment where I grow tomatoes, strawberries, raspberries and berry bushes and fruit trees. I used Biohumus Extra in previous years to grow tomatoes, they were so plump and tasty, but I can only brag about it without any documented evidence that I used biohumus. This year I bought HUMUS ACTIVE papka UNIWERSALNY (all-purpose fertilizer slurry) from a store. I sprayed and watered with it strawberries, wild strawberries and berry bushes, sprayed pear, sour cherry and sweet cherry trees, and used it to water tomato seedlings. And here is where you can best see the effectiveness of Humus in the photos of tomato seedlings below.
My aunt Ola is of the opinion that it is better to eat less, but something delicious.
She also puts this thought into plants, which she never forgets to fertilize when watering, the fertilizer giving them strength to grow and flower extensively.
I bought two small geraniums this spring, and kept watering one with Biohumus Extra and the other with water. The effects are plain to see, the ‘biohumus’ geranium has produced a lot of new growth, the other one has admittedly grown a bit too, but the difference is mega big. I’m sending a photo to prove it. And thank you, of course.
A Polish garden in Switzerland, where fruit shrubs, trees, raspberries, wild strawberries, grapevines have been planted, and where I’ve made a mini vegetable garden. Flowers – roses, which are for me the magic of scents, colours and shapes, will be a decoration of this garden. And of course, cultivation of herbs on a mini scale. Cultivation in difficult conditions – the land hadn’t been cultivated for dozens of years, it was covered with moss and poorly growing grass, I think the soil had been impoverished to the maximum extent. Mountain climate, harsh, 25-37°C during the day in summer (last year temperature exceeded 45°C) and burning sun, cool nights, snowy winters, but not too severe. As the culmination of the positive effects of Ekodarpol preparations, I present the final results – great effects of the application of wonderful, natural remedies.
Thanks to them, there has been a ‘rebirth’ of the Kamchatka berry shrub, which suffered the most. It is developing wonderfully, has beautiful, healthy new growth and has produced tasty first fruits! I am sending pictures of a beautifully growing sweet cherry tree, even wild strawberries, despite my fears, have bloomed abundantly for the second time, and yielded a rich crop! The scent and taste of wild (somewhat domesticated) strawberries – captivating !!!
I want the posted photos to be a good, credible illustration of the use of Ekodarpol products, and encouraging to buy them. I am always happy about the success of a Polish company and I would like to enjoy the economic success of Ekodarpol.