SupraAlgae vs. Synthetic Fertilizers
Making the Case for Micro-nutrients – delivered with a living component.
“THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE USE OF ALGAE AS AGRICULTURAL FERTILIZER"
Algae requires less land for production & environmental impact, land use, and has no deleterious exudate - Many algae products require less than an acre lowering land costs and making better land use when setting up factories.
Algae factories can be localized and situated near demand centers – Chemical plants need to be near natural gas, therefore they are made larger and are more centralized, OSHA requirements add an additional costly burden. Shipping is therefore more expensive.
Algae costs less to produce – SupraAlgae factories can be off the grid using solar energy. Other production costs are much lower than Chemical plants, e.g. less permitting costs & shipping costs, e.g. OSHA. Permitting, licensing requirements for shipping cross state borders.
Algae does more to the soil than Chemical Fertilizer - Algae supplied with bacteria and fungi restore the soil by removing nitrates and nitrites making the soil environment friendly to bacteria, fungi and root systems.
Algae production requires less regulation and permitting is easier – Chemical plants use natural gas/synthetic distillates, which are highly flammable and under strict OSHA regulations.
Algae (organic) fertilized products can be priced higher than Chemically produced Products - This is due to lack of supply, higher demand and perceived value in organic products.
THE BENEFITS OF SupraALGAE AS AN AGRICULTURAL SOIL REGENERATOR,
MAKES FOR A POWERFUL APPLICATION AND CAN PRODUCE MASSIVE PRODUCTION POTENTIAL TO THOSE THAT ARE WITHIN THE
CANNABIS AND HEMP INDUSTRIES.