ANZAC Day is nearly upon us and the winter crop and pasture sowing season is beginning in earnest.

Growers across many parts of the country including major grain growing regions have seen the kind of rain that gives them hope for a bumper crop this year.

The challenge for growers is to make full use of this promising moisture profile.

Soil & Seed has demonstrated in replicated trials, field demonstrations and long term grower use, that it improves soil microbial activity, natural soil fertility and moisture and nutrient utilisation.

Soil that can support a bumper crop shows three key attributes in addition to a good level of moisture: adequate structure, sufficient nutrients, and a healthy population of beneficial microorganisms.

Healthy soil is able to absorb and retain moisture, so that it remains available to plants for longer.

Applied at sowing time Soil & Seed also helps to convert applied fertiliser into a microbial state where it is not so subject to lockup, leaching or volatilisation, ensuring a higher percentage is available for the crop.

Make the most out of this recent rainfall and the rains that are yet to come. Talk to your local BioAg area manager or distributor about how Soil & Seed can help you with crop yield and quality this season.  

Soil & Seed has demonstrated in replicated trials, field demonstrations and long term grower use, that it enhances uptake of nutrients into plants.

Apply Soil & Seed at sowing time, by boom spray or furrow injection if you’re set up for it – and it helps to convert applied fertiliser into a microbial state where it is not so subject to lockup, leaching or volatilisation. In this way, Soil & Seed enhances fertiliser use efficiency.

What is Soil & Seed?

Soil & Seed is a liquid product of microbial fermentation that contains a broad spectrum of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, carbohydrates and dormant beneficial organisms.

product detailer with information about Soil & Seed

Soil & Seed brochure

Soil & Seed encourages a diverse population of beneficial micro-organisms, including bacteria, fungi, yeast and protozoa.

These organisms perform a wide variety of tasks that are important for both soil health and profitable farming systems. In the soil environment, the total number of organisms, the activity and the diversity will vary between soil types, crop types and production systems, so it is very important to introduce and invigorate a diverse population of microorganisms.

Soil & Seed also contains a complexed food source for microbiology that includes carbohydrates, proteins (amino acids), humic compounds, vitamins, minerals.

Download the brochure or get in touch to start the conversation about how BioAg can help you get the most from your farm.

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