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Ornamental Plants

With the migration from the countryside to the city we brought the habit of cultivating medicinal plants, spices and ornamental plants. The advent of urban life imposes on us the practicality in the routines and domestic tasks, therefore, guaranteeing healthy plants using inputs that are practical and safe to the environment is a demand of modern life.

The majority of plants grown indoors are in pots and or in small flowerbeds (flower boxes), in front of this demand the FMX was developed to facilitate application of nutrients, guaranteeing total security to the user.

Convenience and convenience when caring for your plants.

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Parks and Gardens

The parks and gardens are areas that provide conviviality, well-being and pleasure to the people who attend these spaces, public and private. Landscaping professionals design complex environments in term of plant species, due to their specific characteristics (fertility, sunshine, habit of growth, etc.), providing people interaction with the vegetation.

Implementing and maintaining these spaces requires planning and technology to attend to the various situations that involve plant cultivation, movement of people, domestic and wild animals.

FMX is designed to promote soil mineral treatment through the interaction of plants and microorganisms, gradually releasing nutrients, structuring and conditioning the root region, allowing the immediate release in the areas applied with total security to the public.

 

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Pasture

Brazilian livestock farming has improved considerably in recent years, whether in the genetic issue or in the management of animals. It is necessary to adjust the grazing system for another one that provides better forage (MS%, digestibility, etc.) in order to achieve expected weight gain.

Together with the advance of livestock, new forages are developed to meet the nutritional needs of the animals, but produced for the intensive grazing system, increasing support capacity per hectare (ha) and meeting the new nutritional requirement.

In order to meet the technological development of the sector, FMX was designed to treat the soil, guaranteeing gradual release of nutrients, mainly potassium (k2O) among other minerals, contributing to pest and disease management (silica supply), as well as improving capacity water retention (CRA) and pasture fertility.

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Perennial Crops

In the great majority of Brazilian plantations potassium deficiency occurs, which is essential for the nutrition of crops. The FMX known as “rock dust” represents the new technology of supplying nutrients, mainly potassium (K2O).

Due to its unique composition of agrominerals, it presents a differentiated behavior in the gradual release of nutrients, guaranteeing the availability in the periods in which the plant needs. It contributes effectively to the physical, chemical and biological conditioning of soils in pits.

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Annual Crops

Within the annual cycles we cultivate mainly cereals, soybeans, corn, wheat among others, where the intensive use of soil fertility occurs to ensure the nutrition of the crops in order to obtain high yields. Due to the importance of preserving the capacity to produce food, it is essential to promote the mineral treatment of the productive profile of the soil, realizing the FMX, provides the immediate supply of nutrients (K2O, MgO, CaO, SiO2 and micronutrients), retention (CTC), increases water availability (CRA) in the root region. Adopting this innovation is vital to sustainably sustaining agriculture.

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Substrates and the like

The use of substrates and the like of quality is fundamental for the development of the roots in the seedlings. Adding the FMX (pH 8.0) in the composition of the inputs has a great improvement in mineral and physical composition, promoting the supply of potassium and other nutrients. In addition to contributing to a higher water retention, soil pH at the ideal level. A sustainable and cost effective technology.

 

Ornamental Plants
Parks and Gardens
Pasture
Perennial Crops
Annual Crops
Substrates and the like