Organic sugar cane molasses

  • CE 270-698-1
  • Solvent-free extraction
  • Non-ionized
  • GMO-free guarantee
  • Organically grown
  • For use in Organic Agriculture
  • Seed coating: 10 cl/q
  • Compost tea (infusion): 1 to 2.5 L/m3
  • Watering: 20 to 50 ml/L
  • Foliar application: 2 to 5 L/ha


Compatible with most commonly used fertilizers and crop protection products, with the exception of acid-reacting products. If mixing, test first.

  • Density: 1.4
  • pH: ≈ 5.5
  • Viscosity at 20°C (Brookfield): 1,000 to 6,000 cp
  • Humidity: 27.7% < 30%
  • Crude protein: 4.0%
  • Fat: 0.1%
  • Crude cellulose: < 0.1%
  • Total sugars (Luff-Schoorl, expressed as sucrose): 43.5% mini 43%
  • Crude ash (or mineral matter): 8.0%
  • Phosphorus: 0.4%
  • Calcium: 0.7%
  • Potassium: 3.2%
  • Sodium: 0.15%
  • Chlorine: 1.5%
  • UFL (INRA 1990 equation): 0.74/kg
  • UFV (INRA 1990 equation): 0.74/kg
  • PDIE: 46 g/kg
  • PDIN : 23 g/kg


Available in 1-liter bottles, 5- and 20-liter cans and 1000-liter lost IBCs.

Shelf life: 2 years

Store between 8 and 21°C. Keep cork open to prevent anaerobic fermentation.

  • Approved for organic farming in accordance with EC regulation 767/2009


Rich in sugars and potassium, sugarcane molasses offers many agricultural advantages.


MELASSE feeds micro-organisms and helps boost soil populations or create live preparations (TCO).


Provides potassium for crops, as well as several micro and macro elements.


The sugars and carbohydrates contained in sugarcane molasses interact with the plant.


When sprayed on, sugar molasses provides excellent coverage.

Sugar cane molasses is a by-product of sugar production from sugar cane. It is obtained during the sugar refining process, when sugarcane juice is extracted and processed to isolate the crystallized sugar. Molasses is the thick, viscous liquid that remains after the sugar has been removed.

In agriculture, sugarcane molasses is often used as a nutrient-rich organic soil improver. Its uses include :

  • Organic fertilizer : Sugar cane molasses is a natural source of essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, as well as trace elements such as iron, magnesium and calcium. It can be used as a fertilizer to improve soil fertility.
  • Biological soil stimulant : Molasses is often used as a biological soil stimulant due to its simple sugar content. It provides an energy source for beneficial soil micro-organisms, promoting increased microbial activity in the soil.
  • Improving soil structure : Regular use of sugarcane molasses can help improve soil structure by promoting granule formation and helping retain moisture.
  • Nutrient chelation : Molasses also acts as a natural chelating agent, meaning it can help make soil nutrients more available to plants by making them more soluble.
  • Biostimulation : In addition to its nutritional benefits, molasses can also act as a biostimulant, promoting the growth of beneficial soil micro-organisms.