Unique and Proprietary systems
Our patented systems are the simplest, least costly, and fastest way to convert organic waste into micro-organisms which are beneficial to poor soil . Our system uses anaerobic processing with specialized microbes and require about 2 weeks to reach the desired results. The converted waste is then separated into high value marketable products, AgrowTea™,VermiPulp™ and AgrowPulp™ for sale and use in agricultural applications. Unlike the composting process and AD technologies which contribute significantly to greenhouse gas production, Natura Terra Haiti's uses a patented conversion system that eliminates virtually all greenhouse gases related to organic waste cycling, thereby returning the carbon to the soil where it is sequestered. Natura Terra Haiti’s conversion process can be done all throughout the year, is very scalable, produces neither heat nor gases, and eliminates nuisance factors like odors and vermin linked to composting sites. Most importantly, this technology can dramatically reduce the community’s dependence on petroleum- derived products.
The converted bio-pulp products, AgrowTea™,VermiPulp™ and AgrowPulp™when mixed with the soil, establish healthy high organic content soil free of pathogens.
Natural and Local
Growers using our naturally produced and locally sourced products will benefit in many ways and can virtually eliminate the need to use chemical fertilizers and fumigants.
Farmlands can thus be greatly improved and run more efficiently by cycling the bio-pulp through the soil. When waste is processed and recycled to the land, true sustainable agricultural practices are easily achieved.
This cycling process conserves water and the nutrients produced by Natura Terra Haiti are avidly fixed in the soil reducing ground water nutrient leaching which has been a difficult problem to resolve in the farming communities.
Most consumers will save substantially by ordering the 25 or 50 lbs cartons of Natura Terra Haiti culture mix. Farmers and Industrial Food Processors can save even more in bulk ordering. Commercial and Industrial users of the Natura Terra Haiti culture mix may take advantage of bulk discounting on larger orders. Our local and natural products can accomplish incredibly fast soil richness and yet cost 50% less than imported products such as fertilizers.
Not a Compost or Fertilizer
Natura Terra Haiti culture mix is a proprietary formulated culture mix designed to rapidly degrade and metabolize all organic waste material including leaves, grass, weeds, shredded chips food waste, cull vegetable and fruit. Our resulting products are then converted into live micro-organisms by a patented process that are used to inoculate soil that is in need of nutrients or chemical remediation. Our products are not to be mistaken for compost or fertilizers.
The breaking down organic waste while reducing carbon emission.
A proprietary accelerant (liquid spray) is used with the Natura Terra Haiti culture mix to process yard waste materials (grass, leaves, weeds and wood chips). No accelerant is required in the processing of food waste (meats, vegetables, fruits, dairy products and cereals).
The process involves an acidic anaerobic fermentation step with attention to detail. Oxygen must be excluded to adequately degrade waste material. It is a two step process involving first the converstion step that takes 7 – 10 days and then a mixing of the converted product with soil to allow the soil microbes to rapidly finish off the processing of waste material. The entire conversion of waste to soil will rarely take more than 30 days although the process may be slowed when the temperature is below 10 C requiring a somewhat longer period to finish off the process. Generally speaking this process is 10 times faster than composting, far less expensive and unlike composting does not produce the volume of greenhouse gases and other noxious odors associated with composting. No methane is ever produced in the Natura Terra Haiti fermentation process. With composting approximately 50% of the waste material is oxidized and liberated in the form of carbon dioxide. This results in very measurable increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide. Our process of conversion actually reduces the carbon emission by grounding it into the soil.
Converting Organic Waste into Nutrients for the soil