Hemp Blend – Organic Soil
OrganiLockTM Hemp Blend Organic Soil is specifically designed for growing hemp and other forms of cannabis. Powered by Nutrient Infused Soil Technology (NIST).
Available sizes: 2.5 gal (0.34 cubic feet), 10 gal (1.34 cubic feet), 250 gal (33.42 cubic feet / 1.24 cubic yard), 375 gal (50.13 cubic feet / 1.86 cubic yards) *volumes calculated after water re-hydration
Nutrient Infusion Soil Technology
“The process of infusing NPK + Micro-Nutrients within fresh non-composted biomass through homogenization, pasteurization, and dehydration to create a fertile long-lasting soil substrate or soil amendment.”
Patent-Pending Technology by OrganiLock
Say goodbye to Peat Moss, Coconut Coir, & Compost! OrganiLock’s patent-pending Nutrient Infusion Soil Technology (NIST) has led to the creation of new types of soil amendments and potting media that are longer lasting, more productive, organic, and more bio-responsible than any other product on the market.
NIST Combines fresh non-composted biomass (from wood waste to manure) and whole animals that would otherwize be sent to landfills to decompose and release harmful greenhouse gasses. The Nutrient-Infusion process results in a product that is loaded with more N-P-K, micronutrients, and food for soil microorganisms (organic carbon) than anything else available!
Why Use Fresh Biomass?
- To utilize un-tapped waste streams and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
- Processing non-composted biomass ensures the maximum amount of plant nutrients and organic carbon (microbe food) are left intact for soil microorganisms when they are needed.
- Biomass waste is readily available in most parts of the world which significantly reduces the carbon footprint when compared to peat moss and coconut coir that has to be shipped from remote locations.
Why Use Whole Animals?
- To minimize the waste being sent to landfills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- Animals can be an excellent source of organic matter & plant nutrients including a balance of both macronutrients and micronutrients – especially organic nitrogen which is crucial for obtaining the desired C:N ratio in carbon-rich soil.
- Animal mortalities are unfortunately inevitable. Waste streams such as poultry and fish are readily available in most parts of the world. Utilizing these waste streams to enrich soil is a bio-responsible alternative to sending them to our landfills.