Soil Nutrition

When you consider the value of your land, the crop or forage that you might be planting, you really can’t afford NOT to do a soil test. A soil test is such a powerful tool as it takes the guesswork out of what we are trying...

How To Remineralise Your Garden Over thousands of years, essential minerals have been continually taken out of the soil by plants, often to the point of exhaustion.  Many Australian farmers understand the problems associated with declining soil fertility, as they are having to use increasing amounts...

Making changes to bring extra profit Recently we’ve had a lot of positive feedback from customers who have found that our soil, crop and livestock nutrition advice has brought in extra dollars for them. For our feedlot clients, we are regularly picking up increased daily weight gains...

The importance of soil tests for crop and livestock nutrition "Should I do a soil test?"was the question I was asked on the phone tonight, and my standard response is "yes''. If you intend to plant anything, a soil test can reveal nutrient deficiencies (and excesses), and...

The impacts of Fertilising Practices In a healthy state, the soil is a living, dynamic ecological system that maintains homeostasis (a term used to describe a relatively constant internal environment despite external change). This ability and condition is most conducive for healthy soils, healthy plants and...