Excessive phosphorus levels continue to contribute to the declining Great Barrier Reef health. Our products aim to reduce levels of available phosphate in a natural way, allowing plants to grow stronger root systems. This in turn assists with soil health and stability and will reduce the amount phosphorus being released into our waterways.
Soils can lose their ability to retain nutrients and water due to long term cropping. Problems in Australian include loss of soil organic matter and adverse soil biology that negatively affects crop health and vigour. Root and soil microbial communities are responsive to fertiliser rates and quality.
Phosphate fertilizers are needed for optimum crop production. By 2050, the global population is expected to reach 9.6 billion which will put pressure on farmers to produce more to feed this large population. According to Food and Agriculture Organization's estimates, food production has to increase by 70% by 2050 in order to feed such a large number of people.