Thatchtec is an innovative company specialized in natural solutions for restoring and strengthening healthy and resilient soils for increasing crops yields.
Thatchtec is active in the international horticultural and agricultural industries and focuses with its unique green solutions on a broad range of vegetable, flower and fruit growers and other high value agricultural products. The portfolio of products consists of its proprietary biobased Soil Resetting which disinfects soils in a natural way from pathogens and weeds and strengthens the soil ecosystem based on classic biotechnology principles. In addition, Thatchtec offers a solution for natural control of mosses and algae by means of a protein based coating and has a range of promising products in its development pipeline.
Soil Resetting – the new, biological way of soil disinfection
Without chemicals and steaming
Do you have lower yields due to harmful diseases, pests and weeds? We can help you by biologically combating nematodes, moulds, pests and weeds; Soil Resetting with Herbie granulates or liquids. Soil Resetting has now been applied more than 100 times by various growers/farmers, with usually excellent results, without the harmful side effects of chemical agents. Soil Resetting is more than just disease control: at the same time it improves soil structure and soil health, which means that crop yields increase considerably. Soil Resetting is suitable for agriculture and horticulture in indoor and outdoor cultivation. There are already many successful applications in the Netherlands and abroad, and many more are upcoming.
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Soil resetting in practice
By using Soil Resetting in organic cultivation, the disease Verticillium dahliae has been completely eradicated. The result: 25% more crop production, so that the yield per m2 increases.
The crop of chrysanthemums was so infected with Verticillium dahliae that even the current steaming method no longer helped. After Soil Resetting, there was no more sign of product loss, and even more yield is expected for the following crop.