With Nitrogen, Phoshorus, Potassium, Calcium, and Magnesium. Plus plenty of Carbon material which helps rebuild topsoil!
Konpos Lakay is made of sugarcane bagasse, peanut shells, and human waste. To use, mix 3/4 soil with 1/4 Konpòs Lakay and water well.
SOIL is offering a rebate of $0.25 off each Konpòs Lakay sack you bring back to refill and purchase!
Every batch of Konpòs Lakay is tested throughout the treatment cycle according to national and international laws, regulations, and standards, and is guaranteed to be safe for agricultural use.
Konpòs Lakay is part of SOIL's Ecological Sanitation cycle. It is made from excreta and agricultural byproducts, primarily sugar cane bagasse and peanut shells. Instead of considering these materials as "waste" and allowing them to contaminate the environment, SOIL safely recycles the nutrients so that they can go back into the soil.
Our team of engineers, agronomists, laboratory technicians, and researchers carefully monitor the treatment process, which takes 7-9 months, to ensure that every batch of Konpòs Lakay is of the highest possible quality.
Have a question? Feel free to contact SOIL at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. Every batch of Konpòs Lakay has been produced according to World Health Organization standards and is tested in the SOIL laboratory before being bagged for sale. Ensuring the safe recycling of nutrients is SOIL's guarantee.
It depends on the location and the availability of vehicles. You can request delivery and SOIL will let you know whether a delivery is possible at an additional cost.
Nitrogen (N) >2.7%, Phosphorus (P) >1.4%, Potassium (K) >0.7%, Calcium (Ca) >2.5%, Magnesium (Mg) >0.8%, Carbon (C) >27%, pH 6.7 -7.2, Humidity >30%, C:N Ratio <11:1, Natural Organic Matter (NOM) >50%, Inactive Material <1.5%
A 40-lb bag is around 10 gallons.
No. SOIL heavily subsidizes the treatment process that produces Konpòs Lakay. SOIL receives funding through private foundations and individual donations in order to provide this subsidy. Revenue from Konpòs Lakay plays an important role in cutting down costs so that SOIL can continue to provide its services.
SOIL has two offices and two waste treatment sites:
1. Port-au-Prince, +509 4621 7271, #2 Rue A. Martial e Jean Baptiste, Delmas 33.
2. Cap-Haitien, +509 2260 2888, Route Grand Trou, Limonade.