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Combined paper mill biosolids
Organic amendment and fertilizer

Benefits

  • Slow release fertilizer, rich in nitrogen and phosphorus
  • Provides organic matter
  • Excellent source of trace elements
  • Improves the structure and productivity of the soil
  • Reduces costs associated to purchasing chemical fertilizers

Specifications

  • Organic biosolids from the pulp and paper mill water treatment
  • Periodic quality control
  • Pre-harvest interval following landfarming ranges from 30 days to 36 months

Instructions

  • Application rate ranges from 20 to 30 t/ha (8 to 12 t/acres)
  • Apply with a precision or conventional fertilizer spreader
  • Follow agronomic recommendations listed in the PAER

Download the Technical sheet (pdf)

Combined deinking residues
Liming organic amendment

Benefits

  • Corrects soil acidity (pH)
  • Provides calcium and magnesium
  • Increases the soil organic matter content
  • Improves the soil structure
  • Reduces the costs associated to the use of lime

Specifications

  • Liming deinking residues from the recycling of the paper fiber combined to municipal biosolids
  • Periodic quality control
  • Pre-harvest interval following landfarming ranges from 30 days to 36 months

Instructions

  • Application rate ranges from 10 to 45 t/ha (4 to 18 t/acres
  • Apply with a precision or conventional fertilizer spreader
  • Requires additional nitrogen content to compensate immobilization
  • Favours crops that require less nitrogen for the crop year following application
  • Avoid applying lime associated with this product
  • Follow agronomic recommendations listed in the PAER

Download the Technical sheet (pdf)

Gypsum sludge
Calcic amendment

Benefits

  • Provides calcium without modifying the soil pH
  • Provides magnesium and sulphur
  • Improves the soil structure

Specifications

  • By-product of a waste water treatment
  • Periodic quality control

Instructions

  • Apply with a precision fertilizer spreader
  • Specialy appropriate for potato crops
  • Follow agronomic recommendations listed in the PAER

Download the Technical sheet (pdf)

Composol Bury and St-Henri
Organic amendment and fertilizer

Benefits

  • Provides organic matter
  • Increases the soil water-retention capacity
  • Improves the structure and productivity of the soil
  • Supplies the nutrients essential for growth of plants and development of soil microorganisms

Specifications

  • Compost made from municipal biosolids, agri-food sludge and ligneous matters
  • BNQ certified, Type B (CAN/BNQ 0413-200/2016)
  • No authorization required
  • Periodic quality control

Instructions

  • Apply with a precision or conventional fertilizer spreader
  • Follow agronomic recommendations listed in the PAER

Download the Technical sheet (pdf) – Bury
Download the Technical sheet (pdf) – St-Henri

Plant compost Bury and St-Henri
Organic amendment and fertilizer

Benefits

  • Provides organic matter
  • Increases the soil water-retention capacity
  • Improves the structure and productivity of the soil
  • Supplies the nutrients essential for growth of plants and development of soil microorganisms

Specifications

  • Compost made from leaves, grass, food scraps and ligneous matters
  • Periodic quality control

Instructions

  • Apply with a precision or conventional fertilizer spreader
  • Follow agronomic recommendations listed in the PAER

Download the Technical sheet (pdf) – Bury
Download the Technical sheet (pdf) – St-Henri

Pulp and paper compost - Lachute
Organic amendment and fertilizer

Benefits

  • Provides organic matter
  • Increases the soil water-retention capacity
  • Improves the structure and productivity of the soil
  • Supplies the nutrients essential for growth of plants and development of soil microorganisms

Specifications

  • Compost made from paper mill biosolids, agri-food sludge and ligneous matters
  • No authorization required
  • Pre-harvest interval following landfarming ranges from 30 days to 36 months

Instructions

  • Application rate of 10 to 20 mt/ha (4 to 8 mt/acre)
  • Apply with a precision or conventional fertilizer spreader
  • Follow agronomic recommendations listed in the PAER

Download the Technical sheet (pdf)