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LITHOVIT®:
effectiveness of the fertilizer on plant growth
B. A. Bilal
Scientific advisor to: ZEOVITA GmbH
[email protected], [email protected]*
Presented at the 3rd e-Conference on Agricultural BioSciences
(IeCAB 2010), held online from1st -15th June 2010 at
http://www.m.elewa.org/econferenceIeCAB.php
Radish in Egypt:
Left with Lithovit (Notice the much bigger roots), Right without Lithovit
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Salad in Egypt:
Left with Lithovit (Notice the much bigger root and the bigger leaves.)
Right without Lithovit.
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Haricot beans in Egypt:
Left: with Lithovit application (Notice the strong increase of the pods and the much
intense coloration). Yield increase : 45%
Right: without Lithovit
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Left : Scarlet Runner Beans; those to the left of the pole treated with Lithovit®,
those to the right not.
Centre : leeks treated with Lithovit ®; Right: untreated leeks .
In both cases, the positive effect of the use of Lithovit ® is clearly apparent: it
both accelerates growth and leads to a substantially better harvest.
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Left: tomatoes treated with Lithovit ®, plant retained its full vitality until the
first night frosts in November.
 Right: untreated plants (photos taken in late September).
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Increase of leaf thickness (from 2.6 to 3.2 mm), leaf strength and return of natural
appearance
(reduced damages by winds)
• Dark green colored leaves (increased photosynthesis)
• Healthier vigorous plants (decreased stress)
• Reduced parasite and fungal infestation (reduced use of plant protection agents).
• Reduced water requirement (increased drought tolerance in dry periods).
• Slower maturation and better taste (enhanced quality).
• Longer, thicker and straighter banana fruits with higher distances between the fruit rows
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(increased quantity)
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Water melon: left with Lithovit, right without
(Croatia)
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Red pepper, left with Lithovit, right without (Italy)
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Rice in Egypt: Remarkable greenish color on the treated
plantations and yield increase of 10 tons/hectare
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Left : Vines treated with Lithovit had dark green leaves and healthy grapes.
Grape variety: Müller-Thurgau; location: Werder, Havel; early August 2007
Right: Untreated vines showed lighter coloured leaves and a noticeable
browning of the leaf edges. Grape variety: Müller-Thurgau; location: Werder,
Havel; early August 2007
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Left picture: Comparison of grapes with (left) and without Lithovit
treatment (right). Grape variety: Domina; location: Ulsenheim, Bavaria;
September 2007
Right picture: Comparison of grapes with (left) and without Lithovit
treatment (right). Grape variety: Silvaner; location: Ulsenheim, Bavaria;
September 2007
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VIRGINIA WITHOUT LITHOVIT
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VIRGINIA WITH LITHOVIT
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