ASILEE is an organic soil conditioner prepared from a range of natural ingredients some of which are cold pressed seed cakes. The use of Asilee enhances the microbial activity in the soil resulting in increased soil fertility.

ASILEE is certified by Ecocert for Organic Farming and has the following advantages when used as recommended:
• Builds soil structure and water holding capacity
• Increases aeration
• Improves nutrient availability and soil texture

Once ASILEE is incorporated into the soil, the decomposition process starts as soon as moisture is available. This produces acids helping to regulate soil pH and electrical conductivity (EC). Carbon dioxide is released in the decomposition process creating a greenhouse type effect beneficial for good root systems. Humic acid is generated and many polysaccharides are evolved leading to improved soil fertility.

Benefits from ASILEE’s natural ingredients

  • Turmeric, Mangium, Marigold and Ginger provide a rich source of organic carbon, crucial for the survival of beneficial micro-organisms.
  • Sesame and Soya provide a rich source of proteins.
  • Neem, Pongamia, Mahwah, Castor, Shea, Cashew and Mustard provide a rich source of Macro nutrients crucial for structural support and cell growth, they also perform specific functions such as photosynthesis, water regulation.
  • Natural Ores such as Magnesium Ore and Silica provide the essential micro-nutrients.
  • Due to the high Carbon / Nitrogen ratio that ASILEE provides, the availability and uptake of N, P, K and micronutrients is enhanced. This in turn improves humus content of the soil leading to better soil fertility. Over time, continuous ASILEE application can help revive dead soils, improve soil texture and structure. When the texture and structure of soils improves, it eventually assists in improved drainage, aeration and water holding capacity of soils. This in turn enhances root growth eventually leading to healthier and improved yields.

Organic soil conditioner prepared from natural ingredients

Application Rate

Cabbage / Spinach / Sukuma / Kale / Chillies / Capsicum, Tomatoes / Cucurbits (Watermelon, Cucumber, Pumpkin, Zucchini)
Apply 10g per plant, 2 weeks after transplanting and repeat monthly
Carrots / French Beans / Onions / Peas
Apply 50g – 100g per running meter 2-3 weeks after germination / transplanting
Banana – New PlantingApply 100 – 200g per plant, 2 weeks after transplanting
Banana – EstablishedApply 200 – 500g per plant
Coffee – New PlantingApply 50g – 100g per plant, 4 weeks after transplanting
Coffee – MatureApply 200 – 400g per plant
ForestryApply 100g per plant
Fruit Trees – New planting
Avocado, Mango, Paw Paw
Apply 100g per plant, 2 weeks from transplanting
Fruit Trees – Mature
Avocado, Mango, Paw Paw
Apply 200 – 400g per plant, prior to onset of rains
Ornamental Grass – New Planting
Arabic, Cape Royal, Kikuyu, Maadi River, Zimbabwe, etc
Apply 100g / m² two weeks after planting
Grass MaintenanceApply 50g / m² every 3 months
Shrubs / Small plantsApply 20g per plant every 3 months
Napier Grass – New PlantingApply 20g per plant two weeks after transplanting
Napier Grass – MaintenanceApply 100g / m² every 3 months
PotatoesApply 250 – 500kg / Ha at planting
SugarcaneApply 250 – 500kg / Ha at planting
Tea – New PlantingApply 10g per plant, 2 weeks from planting. Repeat every 3 months
Tea – MatureApply 1 Tonne / Ha or 100g / m² twice a year
Wheat / Maize / Barley
Apply 300 kg / Ha or 30g / m² with seed and fertiliser