The history of Tonusol
At Tonusol, we have values, an ethic, and it is consumers who love nature and environmentally friendly gardening who claim our products by making us the No. 1 in organic gardening for over 30 years.
Tonusol, organic in our genes since 1984
At Tonusol, we have had organic in our genes since our creation in 1984. It was at this time that we launched our famous Lombric Compost, "organic pioneer" , with the first organic certification "Nature and Progress" in 1986.
At the same time, we made the first organic soil for the hundred or so pure and hard organic French market gardeners who demand exemplary products.
The production of our "Lombric Compost" today relies on more than 80 farmers who traditionally manufacture Lombric Compost on behalf of our company. We bring them real diversification by offering them new outlets "1m3 of manure producing 400 kg of vermicompost". We resume their production and send it to our processing centers throughout the territory.
We have not stopped organizing this profession by creating, for example, the French Lombriculture Institute, to give a BIO label to Vermicompost according to very specific specifications. sharp. Our rapprochement with the CNRS and the obtaining of a grant from the ANVAR have provided us with an efficient research and development structure.
Quality at the heart of our production
The exceptional quality of all our production and the strength of our network are major assets for looking to the future with confidence. All our work shows that exclusively organic products, well selected, gave better results over time than chemicals of chemical origin.
The demonstration today is eloquent. We have won the last consumer test to date "What to choose" and our customers know that at Tonusol they find the efficiency and the guarantee of an irreproachable specification .
At Tonusol, we have values, an ethic, and it is consumers who love nature and environmentally friendly gardening who claim our products by making us n°1 in gardening Organic for over 30 years.