Why Use Wood Vinegar

The Benefits

Flora companies should use wood vinegar to prolong shelf life and increase flower aroma

While the flora industry has been facing high transportation expenses to keep flowers fresh, the industry experts have been wondering how to organically increase the shelf life of their flowers. Wood vinegar not only increases shelf life it also significantly increases the aroma and healthy life of almost all types of flowers. Wood vinegar has organic phenol compounds which contribute to flowers’ shelf life and aroma.


All-natural Organic Bio-Fertilizer & Growth Enhancer


Wood vinegar has been used as a bio-fertilizer for years and is known to confer a whole slew of benefits, some of which are: 

  • Reduces fertilizer use or increases fertilizer efficiency by 20%-30%.
  • It’s particularly suitable for use as a synergist in chitins, seaweeds, fish proteins, amino acids, minerals, trace elements, microorganisms, and other organic liquid fertilizers.
  • Wood vinegar mixed with farmyard fertilizer increases fertilizer efficiency and prevents farmyard manure harm to crops. Bioactive organic liquid fertilizer can be widely used in various field crops, vegetables, fruits, and other agricultural and forestry crops.
  • Wood vinegar intensifies the absorption of fertilizers by crops, improves fertilizer effect, and increases crop yield.
  • Reduces the problem of root rot of crops, prevention, and control of underground diseases.
  • Promotes the reproduction of beneficial microorganisms and beneficial microflora.
  • Helps to cut down on potentially harmful chemical or other industrial fertilizers.  
  • And more!

Wood Vinegar Offers Benefits for Manure Management and Anaerobic Digesters


Our initial observations show that adding wood vinegar to the anaerobic digesters significantly increases the biogas release (up to 27%) with an applied ratio of 1/10,000 gallons.

Moreover, wood vinegar increases useful microbial weight in the digestate.  And, if digestate is used as animal bedding, the enriched digestate has been very effective in reducing calf scours and repel drosophila.  Subsequently, wood vinegar also works as a suppressant to the bacteria that grow quickly in litter or dung.

This helps improve manure management by recovering phosphorus and nitrogen for reuse on the farm, where it can provide immense value (both in financial and soil replenishment terms) putting it back in the field where it can recharge the biology in the soils.  This solution can solve a critical broad-based long-term problem all farmers face. 

Soil Enrichment


The unique components of wood vinegar not only promote the growth of crop roots, they can also:

  • Improve the soil environment
  • Promote the reproduction of useful microorganisms.
  • Reduce crop parasites like nematodes and diseases.
  • Activate the solidified nutrients in the soil.
  • And increase the effective use of fertilizer in the soil.

Wood vinegar can also significantly promote crop growth, increase crop yield, provide disease resistance, and drastically improve crop quality.



Why should you
start using Wood Vinegar?

We believe that farmers in the United States will be quick to embrace the effectiveness, ease of use, and cost saving benefits of using Wood Vinegar.


Increases nutrient availability and uptake


Increases crop yield


Increases root mass and foliage development


Increases microbial activity


Increases soil microbial weight


Improves darker leaves for better photosynthesis


Improves fruit quality and increased sugar content


Improves flavor, color and firmness of fruit


Flavor enhancer for agricultural end products

Happy Customers

These are some of the people helping make the planet healthier, one plant at a time.



New York, USA


My initial observation was of 20ml wood vinegar added directly to 25 gallons of compost worm tea.  In the first 30 seconds, it foamed and continued to build exciting live biological components quickly, along with fewer signs of deficiency, as well as less added to correct the deficiency.



California, USA


I have only applied this to my orchids, though I can really tell the difference but very slowly. I will have control this Spring, and experiment until Fall.  Based on my instincts and past experience, I can tell it’s making a difference and, I’m definitely going to continue to apply this to my culture.  I will also buy more when I run out of stock.