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The Move to Bio-Stimulants is Getting More & More Attention

The more you read and research the more you see Bio-stimulant or Biological products and practices been utilised and gaining a considerable amount of attention. The industrial revolution created a large swing to chemical agriculture, but today and for the past 5-10 years questions have been regularly asked if synthetic fertiliser has reached a plateau […]

Drought – Aid from Humic Acid and Microbes

Presented to Grower Groups – Australia, South Africa, United States By Gary Murdoch-Brown It has been well documented that any worthwhile drought management strategy employs the following factors: Capture a high percentage of rainfall (infiltration) Maximise water storage in the soil (water holding capacity) Efficiently recover the water (plant roots) It is in this context […]

Congratulations – Cotton Growers of the Year

We thought we would take this opportunity to congratulate the winners of this year’s cotton grower of the year Brett Corish, Corish Management Pty Ltd, ‘Mundine’, Goondiwindi, Qld and AgriRisk High Achiever of the Year, Bernie Bierhoff, Farm Manager at Avondale Ag, Rowena, NSW We have been lucky to work with Brett and Bernie for more […]

Nutrition News

We are now seeing the cotton crops really get a move on.  With many having tight internodes in early growth, the plants now are really stretching out.  This is putting added pressure on plants to maintain enough nutrition during these strong growth periods.  Potassium is key to maintaining nutrition and what we are seeing now […]

Quality Is Just Expected

Consumers Expect Quality Fruit and Vegetables Recently I attended the AusVeg conference and one panel discussion was with two of the supermarket chains managers and a researcher.  The key point that each of them made was their customers demanded quality fruit and vegetables. Secondly consumers want transparency and traceability of where and how the fruit […]