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Micro-bioturbation is a patented biological fermentation process that uses micro-organisms and minerals to process biological nutrient surpluses, such as shrubbery or green waste, into humus and its precursors. The end product: Bodenwunder, a high-quality organic potting soil with many benefits, such as increased water and CO2 storage capacity, thus being a sustainable, organic alternative to peat-based plant soils.

Micro-bioturbation closes the nitrogen and carbon cycles, thus extending the value chain. The nitrogen stored in the fermented soil is then released to the plants in doses. The responsible micro-organisms remain in the fermented end product, which additionally contributes to revitalizing the soil and increases biodiversity.

Unlike composting, which releases up to 50% of carbon, micro-bioturbation does not require air circulation, which means that biogenic residues can be processed more quickly. With micro-bioturbation the production of Bodenwunder, the 100% biological, nutrient-rich peat substitute, takes only around 6 months.

In addition, no unpleasant odors are set free during micro-bioturbation, as the micro-organisms seal the process airtight and dissolve the odors.

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