Plant Nutrition Agent 2016-11-19T10:26:58+00:00

PLANT NUTRITION AGENT

MIG agriculture trace element fertilizer

Advantages of our plant nutrients:

  • Optimized plant growth
  • Increased harvest yields
  • Quality improvement: taste, size and consistency Ground improvement
  • Reinforcement of the immune system: natural resistance
  • Reduce the use of insecticides and pesticides.
  • Improvement of the human and animal immune system and vitamin content.

Healthy person through healthy food!

MIG Agriculture

Dipl-Chem. Ing. Burkhard Brandt

MIG trace element fertilizer is a natural, dynamic plant nutritional system that increases harvest yields and promotes the health of animals and humans, but without negatively affecting the environment.

A healthy soil is a prerequisite for a healthy plant growth. Due to chemical fertilizers, the soils are depleted in trace elements and thus have specific deficits in micronutrients. These deficiencies cause in the plant that their immune system does not work optimally, with the result that the natural defense of a plant against diseases but also against insect infestation. As a result, we are using more and more chemical fertilizers and pesticides. This approach has a direct negative impact on human health.

The trace elements are essential for the nutrition of plants as well as for humans. The great shortage of zinc in the soil (for example, in China) causes an increased susceptibility to infections in humans. Since it is becoming increasingly difficult to treat infections with antibiotics, it is all the more important that humans prepare their immune system for defense against such diseases. MIG trace element fertilizer improves the quality of the soil by natural nutrition of the plants in synergy with microorganisms which are stimulated by this fertilizer system.

The advantages are manifold:

  • Optimized plant growth
  • Increased harvest yields
  • Improved quality of harvest with larger fruits and / or better taste of the fruits so produced
  • Improvement of soil conditions, which have been adversely affected by long-term chemical treatments.
  • Strengthens the immune system of plants with the effect that e.g. An effective defense against attacks by insects without the necessity of a permanent increase of insecticides from plant period to plant period, the use of which damages our environment and humans permanently.

Chemically produced trace element fertilizers, especially on a synthetic basis, such as EDTA, EDDHA, etc. cause the heavy metals to be mobilized in the soil and contaminate the ground water, thereby they have a negative influence on human health. On the contrary, our specially created trace element fertilizers do not mobilize heavy metals on the basis of a renewable raw material. Therefore, the ground water is not contaminated by heavy metals.

The trace element fertilizer system from MIG is based on a renewable raw material. This exploits many synergies that nature itself uses. By means of refined chemical know-how, these preparations will easily replace the deficiencies in the plant and thus restore the natural balance in the plant and produce healthy fruits, vegetables. In addition, a certain proportion of the trace element fertilizer preparation has a stimulating effect on microorganisms which are a prerequisite for healthy plant growth.

Conventional fertilizers can not provide these vital nutrients for plants, resulting in a lack of mineral nutrients that is transmitted to human beings through the food chain. This dietary deficit then leads to health problems. In contrast, MIG trace element fertilizers enrich the soil with essential trace elements that the plants need to ensure a safe supply of food and a balanced diet.

MIG Agriculture achieves higher yields and improves the quality of the crop without harming our health and the environment as well as making chemical fertilizers.

We are working continuously with universities and research institutes to constantly develop a green technology for the future. Our current research focuses on regional differences in soil structures and the development of recipes for a new generation of trace element fertilizers.