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New fertilizer system turns waste into liquid fertilizer

“The impact of regenerating soil with microbes from food waste is massive”

Digital Utilities Ventures announces that the Easy FEN Modular Microbe Fertilizer System, which uses their soil microbe formula (Terreplenish), is now available for distribution in both the United States and internationally.

The system is a decentralized, fully automatic "Fertilizer Plant in a Box" that can be deployed at rural agricultural co-ops and communities all over the world. The fully automatic system will convert local green waste from each community into Terreplenish liquid fertilizer soil microbe that is then available for local farmers and growers.                 

For the last ten years, Cathy Scratch and her partners at Feed Earth Now, LLC (FEN) have been developing a soil microbe formula (Terreplenish) from food waste that absorbs plant-available nitrates through absorbing atmospheric N2 and other beneficial microbes. It is the erosion of this excess tied-up phosphorus from the nation's agriculture and lawn soils that is the root cause of the problem in the Gulf of Mexico "dead zone," she states. "The positive planetary impact of regenerating our soil with microbes from food that no one eats is massive."

Since 2012 Feed Earth Now (FEN) and, Senior Agronomist Ron Doetch of Solutions in the Land, along with other third parties, have completed numerous validation trials on more than 100 different crops, including field crops such as corn, wheat, soybeans, hemp, & cannabis, as well as numerous fruits & vegetables such as strawberries, bananas, blueberries, avocados, & squash. Terreplenish is USDA certified, as well as OMRI listed for organic use.                     

Cathy also mentions water retention is also a key benefit. "The EasyFEN system has been shown to increase water retention by over 125% - thereby significantly reducing the amount of irrigation needed."

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