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The water percolates across the gravel and is collected by a drain at the bottom of the filter, spending between 4 and 8 hours in this first stage. The environment not being drowned in water makes it rich in oxygen, which stimulates the aerobic bacterial activity necessary for the mineralization of the  organic particles. Mineralization is a result of complex chemical reactions based on the principle of oxidation of organic compounds. It is this mineralization process that allows the transformation of an element from being non-assimilable by plants to assimilable. The simplification of of the reactions looks like: Norg => NH<sub>4</sub><sup>+</sup> => NO<sub>2</sub><sup>-</sup> => NO<sub>3</sub><sup>-</sup>.
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The water percolates across the gravel and is collected by a drain at the bottom of the filter, spending between 4 and 8 hours in this first stage. The environment not being flooded with water makes it rich in oxygen, which stimulates the aerobic bacterial activity necessary for the mineralization of the  organic particles. Mineralization is a result of complex chemical reactions based on the principle of oxidation of organic compounds. It is this mineralization process that allows the transformation of an element from being non-assimilable by plants to assimilable. The simplification of of the reactions looks like: Norg => NH<sub>4</sub><sup>+</sup> => NO<sub>2</sub><sup>-</sup> => NO<sub>3</sub><sup>-</sup>.

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L’eau percole à travers les graviers et est collectée par un drain en bas du filtre, elle passe de 4 à 8 heures dans cette première étape. Le milieu n’est pas noyé dans l’eau il est donc riche en oxygène ce qui stimule l’activité bactérienne aérobie nécessaire à la minéralisation des particules organiques. La minéralisation est une suite de réactions chimiques complexes basée sur le principe d’oxydation des composés organiques. Cette minéralisation permet de transformer un élément non assimilable par une plante à un élément assimilable. La simplification des réactions ressemble à  Norg => NH<sub>4</sub><sup>+</sup> => NO<sub>2</sub><sup>-</sup> => NO<sub>3</sub><sup>-</sup>.
TranslationThe water percolates across the gravel and is collected by a drain at the bottom of the filter, spending between 4 and 8 hours in this first stage. The environment not being flooded with water makes it rich in oxygen, which stimulates the aerobic bacterial activity necessary for the mineralization of the  organic particles. Mineralization is a result of complex chemical reactions based on the principle of oxidation of organic compounds. It is this mineralization process that allows the transformation of an element from being non-assimilable by plants to assimilable. The simplification of of the reactions looks like: Norg => NH<sub>4</sub><sup>+</sup> => NO<sub>2</sub><sup>-</sup> => NO<sub>3</sub><sup>-</sup>.

The water percolates across the gravel and is collected by a drain at the bottom of the filter, spending between 4 and 8 hours in this first stage. The environment not being flooded with water makes it rich in oxygen, which stimulates the aerobic bacterial activity necessary for the mineralization of the organic particles. Mineralization is a result of complex chemical reactions based on the principle of oxidation of organic compounds. It is this mineralization process that allows the transformation of an element from being non-assimilable by plants to assimilable. The simplification of of the reactions looks like: Norg => NH4+ => NO2- => NO3-.