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LANDREVIVE

Low Cost     Organic     Safe     Natural     No Chemicals

Plants have been surviving without our intervention for 450 million years, and yet we think we can solve plant growth with low-quality soils and chemicals. We have a LOW COST, highly effective solution that brings that rich jungle top soil humus back to your ground to rehabilitate urban landscapes loss from land clearing.

RECOVER THAT RICH FOREST FLOOR BACK TO YOUR SOIL

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WHAT YOU DON'T WANT 

 PROPERTY

WITH A DECLINING LANDSCAPE?

WASTE MONEY REPLACING TREES AND PLANTS?

PAY LARGE AMOUNTS TO REMOVE DEAD TREES & PLANTS.

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- BROWNING OR DYING TREES

- THINNING PLANTS

- YELLOWING OR BROWN LEAVES

- NON FLOWERING

- WITHERING FOLIAGE

*NOTE THAT NOT ALL PLANTS CAN BE SAVED IF THERE IS EXTENSIVE LONG TERM DAMAGE. DON'T WAIT BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE TO SAVE YOUR PLANT/TREES NOW

Plant Problems

SAVE MONEY

SAVE ON DISPOSING 

HORTICULTURAL WASTE

FOLLOW OUR RECYCLE, REPLACE, RECHARGE

PROGRAM

NEVER

USE/PAY FOR CHEMICAL FERTILISER 

AGAIN

SOILREGEN PROGRAM

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CHEMICAL FERTILIZER IS THE DIRECT CAUSE OF PESTICIDE USE

If you wonder why the plants in your property are not doing well, it is likely the quality of your soil has low organic matter, degradation over time, or contaminated with over-fertilization. Healthy soil has complex biotic ecosystems interacting in organic material that provides for the plant.  A healthy plant grows well and defends itself against pests and diseases. When the roots are unable to take up nutrients and water properly, it will begin to wither or lose their natural defense to pests and fungus. 

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HUMUS

A HOLISTIC FOUNDATION OF PLANT LIFE

The main difference between Compost and Humus is that the Compost is a organic matter that has been decomposed and recycled as a fertilizer and soil amendment whereas... Humus is organic matter that has reached a point of stability, formed from the chemical and biological decomposition of plant and animal residues and from the synthetic activity of microorganisms.

“Humus” is a general term that describes a group of separate but distinct humic substances. “Soil organic matter” is a material that is decomposing at various rates in the ground. Some of the most common substances we collectively refer to as “humus” include:

  • Fulvic acid: a yellow to yellow-brown humic substance that is soluble in water under all pH conditions and is of low molecular weight.

  • Humic acid: a dark-brown humic substance that is soluble in water only at higher soil pH values and is of greater molecular weight than fulvic acid. Humic acid may remain for centuries in undisturbed soil.

  • Humin: a black humic substance that is not soluble in water at any pH, has a high molecular weight and is never found in base-extracted liquid humic acid products.

Compost and other sources of decomposing organic matter are not an efficient way to build soil humus levels. Compost rapidly decomposes and leaves its minerals behind, releasing carbon into the atmosphere as CO2. Humic substances, on the other hand, are stable, long-lasting biomolecules. 

 

Components of humus have a mean residence time (based on radiocarbon dating, using extracts from non-disturbed soils) of 1,140 to 1,235 years, depending on the molecular weight of the humic acid.

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SOILREGEN PROGRAM

Remediating soil was often an art more than a science. Through thousands of years of agricultural experience, there are certain masteries accumulated over time that enabled humans to cultivate plants well. But we lost all that we continued ease of using chemical fertilizers and the overuse of it has destroyed much of the soils we are planting on today.

LandRevive uses proprietary technology and processes that use continuous fermentation composting to produce a humus-rich organic amendment that quickly lays a strong foundation for soils in both agriculture and landscapes.  This substrate supports whatever growing program you are currently on, coupled with an on-site remediation program to actively reintroduce microbiological and organic matter to revitalize and bring life back into the soil. 

This program acts as a cosseting media which stimulates the establishment of important soil cultures in otherwise difficult circumstances. These organisms are responsible for fixing carbon and feeding energy, nutrients and water into the soil profile.

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SoilREGEN

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In our continuous fermentation process, a range of microbes works to convert raw organic matter of many types into a product that has many of the characteristics of topsoil.

 

An important part of this conversion activity is Bacterial Photosynthesis. Microbes responsible for bacterial photosynthesis thrive in the process and foster the fixation and mobilization of additional carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and numerous trace elements from their environment.

A water reservoir – Our substrate contains bacteria that manufacture water. It also fosters humus development in the soil which in turn helps to absorb and store moisture. This supports the development of naturally healthy soil. Healthy soil microbes have been linked with reduced incidence of disease outbreaks as well as with much more efficient nutrient transfer to plants.

High levels of active humic materials

Carbon fixation and natural humus formation

Nitrogen fixation from air

Reduced reliance on nutrient application

Mobilisation of Phosphorus

Higher, sustained available P

Promotes beneficial fungi

Soil formation and nutrient transfer functions

Stimulates Hydro synthesis

Manufacture of water via bacterial photosynthesis

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