Entries by Kim Martin

University Research: Improved Efficiency of Argo-Chemical Fertilisers as a Consequence of Enhanced Soil Treatments

We have completed a joint research study with Western Sydney University and the findings are outlined in a report,  Improved Efficiency of Argo-Chemical Fertilisers as a Consequence of Enhanced Soil Treatments: Investigation the Impact of Converte Bio-Fertiliser and Seed Primer on Soil and Plant Health. Summary of Findings: UNP additions stimulated basal respiration (considered a […]

REPORT: Soil Biology – The Missing Link in Pasture Production

We were delighted to receive this report from Johannes Meier, a regenerative farmer at Inverell, NSW. The study compared a range of pasture treatments and measured overall production, soil and plant health. Report Abstract: Research has shown that pasture soil health and productivity is decreasing worldwide while climate change is increasing the challenges of primary […]