While sustainability and soil health are important aspects of this shift, economics remains a key reason for individual growers to consider biostimulants as part of their annual nutrient planning.
Landline this week showed clearly that the benefits of good levels of organic carbon in the soil include improved water retention, better nutrient uptake and higher yields.
A BioAg fertility program leads to an increase in organic carbon and related yield response in a Riverland almond orchard.
Alex and Ed Gebhardt of Kanoona Enterprises Pty Ltd at Trungley Hall have been working with BioAg’s Rob Gill to improve soil health and productivity on their properties. In early August, the…
Any feed you can grow in autumn and winter will replace the need for supplementary feeding. If you can feed your forage and help it to grow, that’s going to be the better option.
Soil & Seed has demonstrated in replicated trials, field demonstrations and long term grower use, that it enhances uptake of nutrients into plants.
Protein levels consistently influence wheat pricing. It makes great sense to maximise protein accumulation, using Fruit & Balance.