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Humic & Fulvic Acids – Phenomenal in Their Positive Impact & Contribution to Good Soil Management

Note: The below is an extract from William R. Jackson. PhD. and his book – Humic, Fulvic and Microbial Balance: Organic Soil Conditioning – Chapter 10. The Balanced Development of Plant Life Humic and fulvic acids and clay minerals play a very important role in the balanced development of plant life because this combination provides […]

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 […]

You’re Soils Health & The Tools Available

In modern agriculture there have been times through our industrial revolution that soil was forgotten and for many it was there just to hold a plant up. Even today, the debate continues on whether there is too much focus on developing plants on a GM level and not enough on soil health. The Driver of […]

Humic Acids – Just How Important Are They

Humic acid was first extracted from a peat bog by a German scientist in 1786. The rich, dark organic matter from which it was extracted was of much concern to early agriculture as it was originally believed to be the primary reason for plant growth. Since then, tens of thousands of research papers have been […]

Leaving the land better than how you found it

Many in the farming industry often ask, what is a farms biggest asset?  Obviously opinions vary, but is it soil, water, machinery or human resources?  Some would say a combination of all, but should it just be the old adage of “leaving the land better than how you found it”?  The more you travel to […]