The soil treatment manufactured by Eesti Energia has been used in the agricultural industry of Estonia and its neighbouring countries for decades. In collaboration with the Department of Soil Science and Agrochemistry in the Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the Estonian University of Life Sciences, Eesti Energia has been mapping client needs and experiences with the use of the soil treatment over the course of many years. Users of the Enefix soil treatment also include the largest and most innovative farms in Estonia, such as the Kaska-Luiga farm and Voore Farm.
The production process of Enefit does not involve chemical compounds. Compared to other soil treatments, the Enefix soil treatment with its high content of calcium carbonates neutralises the soil’s pH level faster, while enriching it with trace elements. The advantages of the Enefix soil treatment include its dryness, fineness, neutralization ability, good solubility and rich nutrient content (calcium, manganese, potassium, phosphorus, copper, manganese, zinc, silicon and sulphur
The environment-friendly oil shale based Enefix soil treatment improves the site conditions for plants, helping the soil to absorb nutrients, and reducing the risk of plant diseases. The Enefix soil treatment also suppresses moss growth in lawns.Contact us
We tested oil shale dust ash two years ago on our 80 ha field, and the crop yield increased considerably the year after that, while nutrient absorption in plants also improved. We understood that liming should be done systematically.
Farmer and agronomist of the Kaska-Luiga farm engaged in milk production and breeding animals and growing cereal
Enefix soil improver has a perspective and potential in organic farming. The yields measured in field trials in 2017 after using Enefix soil improver was 150-830 kg/ha. The natural origin of Enefix, its rich mineral content and its alkaline neutralizing composition make soil improver a necessary and suitable product in organic farming.
Member of the Management Board of the Organic Producers' Council
Burning oil shale at a high temperature, we separate fly ash from the flue gas: fly ash contains microscopic particles and high levels of calcium, which can be used as a quick-acting neutralizer for acidic soils. Oil shale ash also contains several elements that increase soil fertility, such as phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, zinc, copper, sulphur, manganese and silicon.
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