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Ningbo Jiahe Clinoptilolite Zeolite Increases Cation Exchange Capacity of Soil

Categories Soil Amendment Zeolite
Brand Name: JIAHE
Model Number: JH-105
Certification: ISO9001, ISO16949, MSDS, REACH
Place of Origin: CHINA
MOQ: Ningbo Jiahe Clinoptilolite Zeolite Increases Cation Exchange Capacity of Soil 100mt
Price: USD90-95/MT
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Western Union
Supply Ability: Ningbo Jiahe Clinoptilolite Zeolite Increases Cation Exchange Capacity of Soil 50000Ton/ month
Delivery Time: 7-10 work days
Packaging Details: Ningbo Jiahe Clinoptilolite Zeolite Increases Cation Exchange Capacity of Soil, 25KGS, 40KGS, 600KGS, 700KGS, 1000KGS
Material: Clinoptilollite
Particle: 800mesh,120mesh, 325mesh, 1-3mm, 2-4mm, 4-6mm
CEC Value: 147-200mmol/100g
Name: Ningbo Jiahe Clinoptilolite Zeolite Increases Cation Exchange Capacity of Soil
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    Ningbo Jiahe Clinoptilolite Zeolite Increases Cation Exchange Capacity of Soil

    Ningbo Jiahe Clinoptilolite Zeolite Increases Cation Exchange Capacity of Soil

    Zeolite as a Rumen Buffer

    With today’s high-energy feeding practices, the cows’ natural buffer of saliva is pushed to its limits. Hitting this limit means excess acids can build up in the rumen and cause poor feed efficiency.

    Zeolites such as Min-Tech have a quantitative effect on digestion by influencing rumen retention time or alteration of the turnover of fluid and particulate phases of digesta that creates optimum performance. Zeolites will provide a more stable Rumen environment with respect to nitrogen availability that is beneficial to both rumen microbial fermentation and animal performance (Sweeney, el. 1983).

    Through their ion-exchange selectivity, Zeolite minerals act as sinks for the adsorption of excess Rumen Ammonium after feeding and gradually release it as the Zeolites are regenerated to their natural state by cations found in the saliva.

    Zeolite has two total methods of capturing positively charged cations:

    • Absorption into the porous matrix
    • Absorption through CEC

    Clinoptilolite Zeolite is used by livestock farmers as a feed additive for both dairy cows and beef cattle, as a direct replacement for Sodium Bicarbonate with numerous additional benefits.

    Since Zeolite is one of the only naturally occurring negatively charged minerals in existence, numerous benefits in the feed process can result from its basic chemistry. Zeolite is inert, stable, and non-toxic.

    Zeolite and Ammonium play an important role in nitrogen supply in the rumen. When Zeolite is fed to animals, it absorbs much of the ammonia generated from the Non-Protein Nitrogen (NPN). It acts as a reservoir and a slow release mechanism for the nitrogen. This allows you to feed more NPN.

    The introduction of Zeolite into animal feed improves animal growth and weight gain by increased feed conversion. Zeolite also effectively absorbs many mycotoxins and aflatoxins, in turn having a proactive effect against the development of aflatoxicosis in farm animals.

    The strong affinity for ammonium also provides superior odor control and healthier local environment. It lowers the risk of toxicity from the increase of Ph levels in the rumen and increase of ammonium levels in the blood serum. Zeolite acts as a rumen buffer for the total digestive tract. High CEC levels of 1.9 to 2.5 equates to more buffering.


    • Increased overall herd health
    • Acts as a binding agent for mycotoxins and aflatoxins
    • Acts as a buffering agent
    • 30-40% reduction in ammonia released from the cow
    • Added fertilizer value to your waste products
    • 100% natural and Certified Organic by the Idaho Department of Agriculture
    • Better value and a direct replacement for sodium bicarbonate as a rumen buffer
    • Increased feed conversion
    • Balances Ph levels

    Additional Benefits

    Once Zeolite leaves the cow, it will be fully loaded with Nitrogen and ready for use in fields or compost. This bound Nitrogen is unique in the sense it will only be released through CEC in the form of plant mineralization. Extended use will also promote lower water necessity to obtain the same crop yield because Zeolite can hold up to 60% of its mass in water. Zeolite will also recapture any commercial fertilizer applied to the field retaining it in the root zone for further use.

    Application rates for better productivity and potential profit:

    2.5%–5% of total feed
    Adult Cows: 4-8oz per day
    Calves: 1-2oz per day

    Rations depend on desired results and nutrient values of current feed.

    Zeolite will also improve the physical characteristics of feed by increasing the flowability, reducing moisture levels, and acting as an anti-caking agent.

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    Jiahe Zeolite has many benefits for sandy, sandy loam, heavy loam and clay soils.

    • traps and bonds heavy metals
    • increases the cation exchange capacity of soil
    • increases growth and yield
    • improves plant health
    • improves soil porosity
    • improves water retention and distribution
    • improves fertilizer efficiency
    • converts ammonia to nitrogen
    • prevents nitrogen from leaching into the soil and waterways
    • helps to remediate soil salinity and acidification
    • helps to improve degraded soil
    • geologically hard and stable, zeolite lasts forever

    Removes heavy metals from soil

    Zeolite attracts, captures and permanently bonds heavy metals and the volatile organic compounds found in chemical pesticides, herbicides and fertilisers. Zeolite’s permanent bonding action prevents these pollutants from leaching into the soil and waterways.

    Increases cation exchange capacity of soil

    The higher the cation exchange capacity, the higher the soil fertility. Zeo Blend has an average CEC of 150 meq/100g, 25% higher than any other Australian zeolite.

    Converts ammonia to nitrogen

    Zeolite acts as a slow release fertiliser by taking up the ammonia from manure and fertilisers then releasing it as nitrogen to plants when it is needed.

    Increases fertiliser efficiency

    Zeolite continually captures nutrients by ion-exchange then releases them to plants when needed. Zeolite is not a source of nutrient, it is a slow release storage vessel for excess nutrient to prevent its loss by leaching and evaporation.

    Improves water retention and distribution

    Zeolite attracts and holds water then releases it to plants when needed; it also distributes water evenly through the soil. This action limits the proliferation of harmful fungi caused by excess soil moisture.

    Improves soil porosity

    The addition of hard particles of zeolite to the soil improves soil porosity by its physical presence. Zeolite itself is porous so it increases soil aeration which aids the proliferation of beneficial fungi.

    Links to research papers and other interesting information

    Zeolites In The Landscape

    Zeolite Decreases Negative Effects Of High Salinity

    The Effect Of Zeolite And Fertilisers On Soil Chemistry

    Adding Zeolite To Soil Adsorbs Cadmium

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