Pannonia Bio Grow organic fertilizer


Pannonia Bio, one of Europe's largest biorefineries, is expanding its innovative range of products to support circular agriculture with Pannonia Bio Grow organic fertilizer. Pannonia Bio Grow is produced as a result of the anaerobic digestion of corn fibre.

Use and characteristics of Pannonia Bio Grow

At 7% Nitrogen, Pannonia Bio Grow can be used in a variety of industries such as organic and conventional farming, hobby gardening, composting, and more. Pannonia Bio Grow contains crucial micronutrients, with a high organic matter content. This supports the proliferation of micro-organisms, increases yields, and helps to promote biological activity.

Pannonia Bio Grow is available in big bags.


Pannonia Bio Grow, in its meal form, is used as a high Nitrogen ingredient in built fertilizers and composts. Its favourable pH and relatively low phosphorus and potassium levels make it an easy-to-use ingredient in any formulation.


Pannonia Bio Grow, in its pellet form, has been directly applied to arable land as an organic fertilizer. It has also been trialled against competitors in the market and out-performed them in both yield and crop height.

Benefits of Pannonia Bio Grow

  • Promotes humus formation
  • Initial start-up effect is rapid, with long-lasting effects
  • Works effectively at low temperatures

Pannonia Bio Grow trials

Field trials have been set up to prove the effectiveness of Pannonia Bio Grow by an independent, leading research company, CPR Europe. The trials were set up in Southern Hungary using Pannonia Bio Grow at a dose of 1000 kg/ha and compared to a reference product at a similar dose rate in soybean, sunflower and corn. During the vegetation, different evaluations were carried out such as differences in emergence, NDVI index, plant height, quantity and quality yield parameters. According to the results provided, it can be clearly stated that Pannonia Bio Grow increased the yield and had positive effects on yield quality parameters in soybean. The product increased the plant heights, yield, and had positive effects on yield quality parameters in sunflower and corn when compared to the reference product.

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  • Higher plants
  • Greater yields
  • Improved quality parameters

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The production of Pannonia Grow

In the plant, corn kernels are broken down into their constituents during processing. The starch is used for the production of bioethanol, the protein and oil for animal feed, and the fibre for a range of other products. One of these being the feed for Pannonia Bio's biogas plant. Wet fibre is used to produce valuable methane gas through anaerobic digestion. The sludgy mass of valuable nutrients that remains at the end of the digestion process is dried and used to make organic soil fertilizer - Pannonia Bio Grow.
According to Biokontroll Hungária Nonprofit Kft. use of Pannonia Bio Grow is an appropriate process, active ingredient.

Suggested dosage

In orchards

  • For young plants: 500-700 kg/ha in late autumn or spring
  • For fruiting crops: 700-900 kg/ha in late autumn or spring
  • Berry crops: 700-900 kg/ha in late autumn to early spring
  • In vineyards: 500-700 kg/ha in spring or autumn

For vegetables

  • Spinach: 1,500-1,800 kg/ha before cultivation
  • White/red cabbage: 2,000-2,500 kg/ha before cultivation
  • Legumes: 600-900 kg/ha before planting
  • Tomatoes, peppers: 900-1,100 kg/ha before planting
  • Pumpkins: 700-900 kg/ha before planting

For arable crops

  • Potatoes: 1,000-2,000 kg/ha before planting
  • Corn: 1,400-1,700 kg/ha before planting
  • Sugar beet: 900-1,300 kg/ha before planting

Product specification

Moisture: maximum 5.6%
pH: 5.5-6.5 (in a 10% aqueous suspension)
Organic components: >85.4 m/m%
7 m/m%
P2O5: >1.3 m/m%
K2O: >1.3 m/m%

The product is sold in big bags.