Aloe vera for Agri
Organic aloe vera based bio-fertilizer and aloe vera raw materials for agriculture
Our factory has a modern filling/bottling line where our liquid organic Aloe Vera Fertilizer is bottled in volumes from 1 Litre up to 1,000 Litre IBC’s. Current packaging sizes are 1ltr and 20 ltr. We can supply specialized sizes to suit your marketing requirements. Labeling is also supplied and customized as required.
The Concentrated Aloe Vera Raw Material (which has been used successfully as a natural insect, bird, and flying fox deterrent by a number of our clients) is a very versatile material and can be used as a CLEAN base material for you to make up your own unique and specialized Aloe Vera Fertilizers for different field applications. It can also be mixed to make your own microbial fertilizer brews and compost tea.
Currently we have Importers in Australia, and Holland, and South Korea with pending importers in Vietnam and India, FIJI and the USA and the UK. Other countries are welcome to express their interest to become an exclusive importer and we will go out of our way to assist you and offer some discounts to get you started.
On demand of the market we are also produce a premium wholeleaf aloe vera powder for horticultural applications. BFA leaf is made with mature aloe leaves and is cold-processed to retain all active compounds. Sustainably sourced and produced, grown in rich volcanic soil in Bali to produce a superior product. BFA leaf can be used as a root drench, foliar spray, or as an addition to your compost regimine. It also will provide unmatched supplemental nutrition to allow your plants to grow to their full potential.
All products can be ordered either in 1 ltr. or 20 ltr. volume.
Aloe vera fertilizer Raw. Concentrated wholeleaf aloe vera rind extract.
Aloe vera fertilizer that consists of 100% aloe vera leaves. No additives.
Organic aloe vera based liquid bio-fertilizer. Enhancing soil fertility for sustainable farming.
procedure for BFA plus
Aloe Vera leaves are harvested from local organic plantations and from contracted growers all on the island of Bali, Indonesia. The harvested Aloe Vera leaves are then thoroughly washed. The leaves are then mechanically sliced and diced then sent through a conveyor crushing plant for extraction of the Aloe Vera liquid. The liquid is then passed through three fine mesh filters to
separate solids and particulate matter.
The filtered Aloe Vera liquid is then pumped into large covered underground concrete tanks for ambient temperature (about 18-25 C) fermentation for approximately 3-4 weeks. Following this initial ambient temperature fermentation the liquid is then pumped through PVC piping to above ground 5200L steel fermentation tanks (tanks are sheltered from direct sunlight & heat.)
Then, thoroughly washed seaweed which has been milled to a particle size is added to the Aloe Vera liquid in the above ground tanks. The final additives are locally produced molasses plus microbial cultures. The principal purpose of the molasses is to feed the functional microbial. Seaweed has a number of beneficial elements for soil health.
After the “secondary” fermentation period where all ingredients are present, a final filtration process occurs prior to bottling.