Global Evidence

Crop Yield Increase
Environmental Benefits
Benefits Summary

Key Benefits:

  • Improves nutrient and water uptake
  • Improves root and plant growth and crop yield
  • Improves plants‘ efficiency in using solar energy
  • Reduces stresses of transplanting and drought
  • Increases Cation Exchange Capacity
  • Increases effects of beneficial microbes and organisms
  • Improves soil health and water retention
  • Stimulates development of balanced microflora populations
  • Increases bioactive substances needed for plant growth and development
  • Reduces reliance on chemical fertilisers
  • Improves the taste and quality of crops
  • Helps release micro-nutrients and trace elements, making them available to plants
  • Stimulates germination
  • Increases healthy decomposition of organic matter and reduces putrefaction

Material benefits:

  • Raising your crop’s BRIX reading delivers greater flavour, greater quality, and greater value.
  • Lowering fertiliser input, as recommended, reduces seasonal overhead.
  • Soil health and plant vigour is maximised by increasing soil microbes.
  • The recommended fertiliser reduction achieves a 50% saving in nitrate runoff, leading to greater regional sustainability.
  • Yield increases of between 10% and 40% give you a vastly improved return on investment.

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