Organic matters are carbon-based compounds produced by plants, animals, and microorganisms in the soil. 

   The presence of these compounds not only indicates the health and quality of the soil but also serves as a suitable indicator for its fertility. This can be a resultof the interaction of physical, chemical, and biological soil processes.

 These soil microorganisms play a crucial role in numerous ecological processes, such as OM decomposition, recycling nutrients, forming humus , fixing nitrogen, promoting plant growth, controlling pests and diseases, and improving overall soil structure

The optimum range for organic matter (OM) in soil is typically between 2% and 3%. These compounds deficiency in soil leads to various adverse effects, such as reduced uptake of essential nutrients, reduced ability to retain water, reduced soil porosity, and a decrease in the activity of beneficial soil microorganisms.

ZarinKhoshkehHamoun Company (Biogano Max)

Producer of organic fertilizers

In the 21st century, urbanization is a global, national, and regional challenge that is becoming increasingly important. Supplying the growing population with food can primarily be achieved in two ways:

Increasing the cultivation area

Enhancing efficiency at the unit level

Given the climatic conditions in many countries, the expanses of arable land are not readily expandable. Consequently, the emphasis should be on enhancing efficiency.

ZarinKhosheHamoun Company (Biogano Max) has started its operations to establish a suitable and expedient platform. With the approval and implementation of a sound policy, the company focuses on the production of organic fertilizers and the development of organic product manufacturing. Accordingly, the need to use healthy food for the individual, coupled with the belief in the ability of ecological production methods to achieve noble social goals such as environmental protection, drives this company towards organic fertilizer production.

Biogano emphasizes the connection between the quality of agricultural products and the well-being of animals and humans with the health of the soil. According to this perspective, soil, relying on its biological activities without external energy inputs, should sustain its fertility over an extended period, yielding high-quality products. This holistic approach not only aids in preserving the health and vitality of individuals, mitigating diseases associated with chemical fertilizers but also results in heightened production and economic advantages for farmers.