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Organically certified Microbial digested blend of selected marine crustaceans fortified with fulvic acid
Organic microbially active fertiliser, packed with vital amino acids and growth hormones
Organically certified digested kelp with plant beneficial microbes.
Organically certified sticker/spreader
A microbial digested blend of amino acids and kelp with macro and micro nutrients
A microbial digested blend of amino acids, kelp and macro/micro nutrients.
Microbially digested kelp fortified with plant beneficial microbes
Microbially Actve Foliar Fertliser. Packed with Vital Amino acids. Balanced with trace elements and micro nutrients
Soft Rock Phosphate is a clay material, which increases the cation exchange capacity of the soil which allows the soil to hold more positively charged nutrients such as; calcium, potassium, magnesium and trace elements.
Microbially active foliar fertiliser fortified with macro and micronutrients.
Unique liquid that blends and digests phosphorous acid and calcium carbonates together
Provides plants with a quick response to Potassium deficiency.
Grown in over 100 countries cotton is one of the most globally important commercial crops, it is both a food and fibre crop, producing cotton fibre, cottonseed and cottonseed oil. Cotton fibre accounts for ~31% of worldwide fibre production. Cottonseed is utilized in the animal feed industry and refined into vegetable oil for use in various food and products. However, the production of cotton crop is faced with major challengers, such as pest control, and maintaining profitability with the extensive farming and labour requirements. In 2015 the world cotton market was estimated at $77 billion (USD) ($108 billion AUD), since then, however, global cotton exports have witnessed a small decline. In the 2017-2018 period, Australia was the sixth largest producer of cotton. Most of the cotton produced in Australia is exported. The Australian cotton industry must maintain product quality in order to remain globally competitive.
Below is the typical program for Cotton. This has to be used as a reference only as the conditions (weather, soil characteristics, irrigation, base program, etc.) are different from one paddock to another.
We recommend sending a sample of your soil to the lab in order to provide with an accurate suggested application.
After seedling emerges (15 days after plantation)
Before flower buds (30 days after plantation)
Flower buds (50 days after plantation)
Flower buds (70 days after plantation)
Cotton bolls begin to fill (100 days after plantation)
Cotton bolls begin to open (120 days after plantation)
If a farmer decides to buy AminoElite and Kelp together, then AminoKelp is not needed