Soil Nutrition

Soil is a living and life giving natural resource that can be defined as a complex natural material derived from decomposed and disintegrated rock and organic materials.  Soil provides a number of essential functions such as: physical stability and support for plants, a site for nutrient...

How many nutrients are part of your fertiliser program? Trace elements are often deficient. Each year we see hundreds of soil tests and a high percentage of these soils reveal below optimal levels of trace elements with zinc, copper, manganese and boron usually the main...

Nitrogen fixation by legumes can be greater than 10-200kg of Nitrogen per hectare per year, so crop rotation including a legume or the inclusion of legumes in pasture can be highly beneficial to increase production.  Peanuts, Soybeans, Lucerne and the clover component in pastures are...