Lignite trading as a fertilizer

World’s best lignite material from New Mexico mines
Where is the future starts
Lignite which is an oxidized brown coal is considered to be the best natural and bioactive fertilizer in the world. It was formed over millions of years ago by the decomposition of plant materials due to increased pressure and temperature.
Farmers in the developing countries have been actively applying harmful bad chemistry fertilizers without adding organic material for a very long period of time. The reason for this was a group of factors: the lack of innovative products and a bad economic situation. As a result, a huge number of farmers have problems now with soil fertility and production.
Besides, such countries as Ukraine, Moldova and Bulgaria are facing (with) constant droughts and lack of rains. For the last 5-8 years this situation has been gradually getting worse. Therefore, there’s a trend for searching water retention technologies in the soil.

Having analyzed a huge demand in innovative nutritional technologies for agriculture, we found a perfect solution in lignite based fertilizers from New Mexico mines. Lignite from the US is considered to be the best quality in the world due to the highest concentration of humic, fulvic and ulmic acids (80-98%) with absolutely no heavy metals nor salts.

Humic acids which are highly concentrated in lignite have multiple functions for agriculture producers:

  • improve and replenish depleted soils
  • increase yields from 15% to 30%;
  • improve organic matter and plant root system
  • increase shelf life of the crops;
  • reduce water flow rate of 20-25%
  • reduce the toxicity of soil.

Markets we work in:

Ukraine, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan.


Our strategy is to concentrate on one partner-company in each country in order to develop each market with program approach.

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Anhydrous Ammonia (NH3) Application
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