archive-nz.com » NZ » A » AGRISOL.CO.NZ

Total: 14

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Agrisol Seaweed Liquid Fertiliser: Benefits in using Agrisol
    soil should contain at least 1300 million bacteria 30 million moulds and fungi and hopefully an earthworm nature s decomposers that unlock your soils potential Traditional fertilisers with their acids and chlorides are cleansing the soil of these benefi cial organisms rendering it a dead mineralised soil Agrisol is neutral pH and it s rich seaweed base encourages microbial activity Foliar feeding is 8 10 times more effi cient thanpowdered

    Original URL path: http://www.agrisol.co.nz/benefits.html (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Agrisol Seaweed Liquid Fertiliser: Why use Agrisol
    nutrients and increased drought tolerance The plants on the left were foliar sprayed once with Agrisol double the root growth Independent soil and herbage testing Local representation with full supply and apply service Very well priced NOTHING COMPARES Delivered to the farm ANYWHERE MAF Registered NPK s stated weight weight NZ owned NZ made complies with NZ law Where possible EDTA chelated trace elements are used not ineffi cient sulphates

    Original URL path: http://www.agrisol.co.nz/why.html (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Agrisol Seaweed Liquid Fertiliser: Trace elements
    to the application of Agrisol with added copper The blue line shows the same 6 cows one month later Product Range Premium Blends Special Blends N Range of Products How Much to Use Best Time to Apply Home About us About Agrisol Contact us Home Benefits Benefits of using Agrisol Why Should You Use Agrisol Trace Elements Unlock Soil Potential Soil Bacteria Fungi About Milk Fever Home Order now Order

    Original URL path: http://www.agrisol.co.nz/trace_elements.html (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Agrisol Seaweed Liquid Fertiliser: Unlocking soil fertility
    Phosphate requirements Recent studies show that NZ soils are becoming more and more mineralised and there is massive carbon depletion occurring We are not learning from the mistakes of others The bio mass P sponge is full of organic potentially available Phosphate It is scientifically proven that in a healthy soil approximately 80 of plant P requirement comes from this area Which sponge should we be looking after the most

    Original URL path: http://www.agrisol.co.nz/unlocking.html (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Agrisol Seaweed Liquid Fertiliser: Importance of soil bacteria
    bacterial activity A handful of soil should contain at least 1300 million bacteria 30 million moulds and fungi and hopefully an earthworm The activities of soil organisms vary from the disintegration of plant residues by insects and earthworms to the eventual complete decomposition of these residues by smaller organisms such as bacteria moulds and fungi resulting in humus Apart from the formation of humus which is a by product of the food chain in the soil the various soil organisms contribute in other ways to soil fertility Earthworms Their main effect is to mix soil aerate and improve its drainage and porosity They are a vital link in the chain of soil life and fertility Their casts are rich in Nitrogen organic matter available Calcium Phosphorous Potassium and Magnesium all essential for plant growth Basically they convert the unavailable into the available Moulds and Fungi Their main role is the breakdown of hard materials in plant remains Often it is only after their activity that bacteria can feed on these materials Bacteria The activities of decomposing bacteria are responsible for the circulation of carbon which is necessary for life on earth They are also main players in the cycling of nutrients Recent studies are showing that our fertiliser practices in this country are causing a huge depletion in carbon We are not learning from the mistakes made overseas such as in Australia and the United States AGRISOL agents believe that this is what a healthy soil should contain and that after a number of years using more environmentally beneficial fertilisers farmers will find big changes in their soils bacterial activity A fertile soil has an abundance of nutrients and micro nutrients it just has to be given a chance to cycle these nutrients and make them available Many consultants say

    Original URL path: http://www.agrisol.co.nz/soil_bacteria.html (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Agrisol Seaweed Liquid Fertiliser
    Magnesium must be ingested every day Therefore 200 cows ideally need the following supplementation 200 cows x 5 grams 1Kg elemental Mg per day 10Kg magnesium sulphate heptahydrate 10 per day Apply to a good length of grass 5 10 days before grazing Regular herbage testing through this period is strongly recommended R J Hill have specific DCAD tests for milk fever likelihood DCAD or Dietary Cation Anion Difference These tests are based on the Potassium levels in the soil in relationship to the Magnesium and Sodium levels The excessive use of Potassic Super and other harsh fertilisers has taken pasture Potash levels above 3 into the danger zone on many farms The animal s requirement for Potassium is less than 1 Potassium is a cation and an excess increases dietary alkalinity Magnesium Oxide Causmag is the traditional pasture preventative for Milk Fever But Magnesium Oxide does not improve the DIETARY CATION ANION DIFFERENCE DCAD It s a bit like trying to start your car with a battery that has 2 positives However Magnesium Sulphate Heptahydrate is an anionic salt This will reduce the dietary cation anion difference DCAD Magnesium Sulphate is the most palatable of the commonly used salts

    Original URL path: http://www.agrisol.co.nz/milk_fever.html (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive