Bactériosol Concentré UAB

BACTÉRIOSOL Concentré UAB sustainably enriches the natural reservoir of the soil, improving the physical, chemical, or biological properties of the soil. Thanks to spontaneous micro-organisms developed on the composts from Marcel Mézy Technologies and contained in BACTÉRIOSOL Concentré UAB, fertilizing elements, which are not directly available for the plants are quickly recycled into a form stored by the humus layer, preventing them from being leached or lost in the air due to gaz emanation (CO2 et NH3), and they are then fed back to the plants following their needs.

To quickly transform manure, slurry, digestates and green waste into humus; produces high-quality slurry to NFU 44-051 standard without turning-over with better C/N and N/P ratios.

Bactériolit is a product usable in ORGANIC FARMING in compliance with EC Regulations 834/2007 and 889/2018. Product complies with NOP (US National Organic Program) – MADE IN FRANCE

Bacteriosol Concentrate UAB (Organic)-5


Bactériosol technology is based on the action of certain micro-organisms spontaneously arising from Marcel Mézy Technologies. It recycles the mineral elements not absorbed by the plants and rapidly increases the humus content of the soil. It boosts soil fertility by allowing the soil to release its natural nutritive potential, and restores all the necessary elements for good plant growth. With Bactériosol, inputs can be sharply reduced, profit margins improved, and self-sufficiency and yields increased. This one-of-a-kind technology focuses on “life” and beneficially impacts soil health and life.

It structures and balances the soil, makes it less compact, increases its porosity, regulates its pH and creates an environment conducive to fauna development and activity. It thereby promotes a positive “soil-plant” relationship, reflected in higher nutritive quality of plant and animal production. Powerful “carbon traps”, the Marcel Mézy Technologies were showcased by MEZAGRI and SOBAC (members of Club ADEME International) at COP21 PARIS 2015, as an agricultural solution in the fight against global warming. They were also adopted by the “4 FOR 1000” initiative launched by the Ministry of Agriculture.



Humus formation improves soil structure and soil fertility. It has many consequences, in particular :

  • Optimises fertilisation management
  • Nutritional qualities of production
  • Increased resistance to drought and disease
  • Better rooting (deeper and denser) and thereby plant uptake of nutrients
  • Improved soil structure: more aerated and porous
  • Increased resistance to water stress
  • Erosion reduction
  • Balances the natural pH of the soil
  • Improved margins per ha
  • Improved margins per livestock unit
  • Increased gross operating profit
  • Sustainability of soil capital
  • Reduces or eliminates nitrogen-based fertilisation
  • Eliminates the need for conventional fertilisation and any form of calcic amendments. (P and K)
  • Because the soil is easier to plough, less fuel consumption
  • Higher-quality products
  • Replaces all mineral and organic fertilisation
  • Reduces use of phytosanitary products
  • Improves yields and quality
  • Higher-quality forage
  • An effective response to new agro-environmental standards
  • Reduction in pollutants and thus improved soil quality
  • Water savings and reduced irrigation
  • Reduced losses through leaching of soluble elements including nitrates
  • Carbon storage and reduction in greenhouse gas emissions