Soil Nutrition

Do you have a Phosphate Bank? If you have used Phosphate fertiliser in the past, then the answer to that question will probably be “YES”. CSIRO research “It is thought that at best, just 20 per cent of Phosphorus applied by way of fertiliser is available for plant...

Very few rural areas have escaped this summer’s inundation of arable soils caused by prolonged rainfall, overland flows or rivers bursting their banks. Soil has become saturated to the point where there is insufficient space in the soil profile for oxygen and just like humans, plants...

AgSolutions Field Advisor, Glen Duckworth has a background in legumes, pastures and forages and oversees south-east Qld, Wide Bay and the South Burnett.   Glen highlights, “As both a mineral fertiliser and soil conditioner, NatraMin has several blends with additional Potassium which provide a great fit for...

If you are constantly looking for a way to reduce costs and increase the quality of your crops, then legumes could be your solution. Legumes in your cropping program can assist to increase crop yields as well as reducing Nitrogen fertiliser costs.   Nitrogen fixation It is estimated...