Examples of Using A-Comp in the Farm


Fruit with no treatment

Fruit with treatment: 3 tons A-Comp per hectare



Cress with no treatment

Cress with treatment: 6 tons A-Comp per hectare

Comparing Consumption of Organic Fertilizers


Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), after defining fertilizer as an available food for plants, has divided it into two groups including chemical and non-chemical (natural or organic).

According to such division, natural fertilizers are categorized into three groups:

1. Composts: Compost of urban garbage, agricultural residuals, and livestock wastes.

2. Biological Fertilizers: In such fertilizers there are bacteria and fungi which consolidate and release nitrogen and phosphorous.

3. Processed Fertilizers: In this type, natural primary material including blood or bone of the livestock, and seaweeds have entered the industrial processes and at the end, the final product is produced as a fertilizer which is ready to be used.

Type of Fertilizer

Price per kg (IRR)

Extent of use per hectare

Cost of fertilization per hectare

Useful lifetime of fertilizer in soil

1st Grade Compost


9-15 tons

72-120 million Rials

Every Year

Chicken Fertilizer


3-5 tons

27-45 million Rials

Every Year

Livestock Compost


3-7 tons

18-42 million Rials

Every Year

Humic Acid


3-4 liter, to be repeated for 3 times


Every Year


Perfect soil improvement compound


2-3 tons

24-36 million Rials

2-3 Years

Prices are variable based on the tonnage.

Important Features of A-Comp:

1. Mushroom compost thrown away after being used in mushroom saloons are used in an optimum manner (biological).

2. The other important feature of A-Comp is that in addition to preventing from soil-borne and biological diseases and having too much organic material, it activates the dead soil and increases agricultural soil of the country.

3. Increases employment in different fields including fertilizer production, laboratory, transportation, marketing, and selling products (distributors).

4. According to the recent and future droughts, it causes improvement in irrigation efficiency (Optimized water consumption).