Soil Nutrition

Soil Microbes for Sustainable Farming Soil is a living environment and is made up of an incredibly complex mixture of mineral particles, nutrients, organic matter, water, air, and a diverse assortment of living organisms. After decades of farming, we have seen the decline in nutrient availability, fertility,...

It’s no secret that your land is one of your greatest assets, and the quality of your soil can have an instrumental impact on the value of your property. Land value is largely determined by its productivity, therefore implementing a soil management program and investing...

Poor soil structure costs $$$ through decreased plant establishment, lower yields and wasted fertiliser, so it is worthwhile to take a second look at soil tests that you’ve taken over the years. Are your Sodium, Magnesium or Chloride levels high? Is your soil pH over 7.0?...

Many farmers tell us that Super does not give them the results that they used to get. Contrary to the belief held by some farmers that the quality of Super Phosphate has changed, we believe that the change is in the soil. In particular, the depletion...

Availability of a major mineral is lacking in many soils, but most soil tests don’t monitor its presence, and most agronomists don’t recommend adding it to the soil. Silica, the overlooked mineral can boost the plant’s resistance to stress; increase photosynthesis and chlorophyll content; improve drought...