In a study conducted by the Farm & animal Health, funded by the Swedish Pig Entrepreneurs Foundation via Swedish bank research, MCP has peat and zeolite as additive to slaughter pig diet evaluated.
Increases the ability to bind and exchange nutrients with the plant roots with the help of zeolite
Raatec today has recently signed an 3 year contract with Ystad Municipality to develop the use of MCP & Trichoderma to green areas. Together we will work to enhance the green surfaces of Sandskogens sports. The goal is to achieve a more sustainable lawn, reducing the use of pesticides and nutrients to reduce nature.
For 7 years ago planted several pots of MCP and as many without, to do a little unscientific test. The pots have received as much love, water, sol, wind and other things they might encounter in a villa garden on the outskirts of a little town. The images below show how the pots with MCP (right of the picture) have stored up and distributed food and water in a better way.