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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.
But that is not the only problem. Being the foundation of basic ecosystem function, soil acts as a water filter and a growing medium which is critical for life. Soil provides the habitat for billions of organisms, in order to maintain the biodiversity needed for increasing crop yields within a rotation program as well as supplying many of the antibiotics used to fight diseases.
are always looking to increase yields and grow more without damaging soil health and of course without impacting the environment. There is therefore an ever increasing demand for environmentally friendly approaches to growing and maintaining soil or turf. With that in mind, we believe that our organic fertiliser range is an important answer to that demand.
Organic fertilisers are primarily derived from organic sources, such as animal by-products and/or waste, plant and mineral sources. They are biodegradable, renewable and eco-friendly. What makes them different from inorganic fertilisers. simply put, is that organic fertilisers work not only with the soil but also with the existing microbial population to feed your plants, while inorganic or synthetic fertilisers instantly feed your plants.
Since organic fertilisers are made from natural sources, they provide slow-released and consistent nourishment which can improve soil and turf health and boost yields, while avoiding the environmental hazards of nutrients (e.g. nitrates, etc) such as leaching and contamination of aquifers and water sources. GrowGreen’s range of certified organic products offer sustainable input options to improve soil and turf quality, while minimizing environmental impacts.
Our Organic Products; AminoOrganic™ Premium, AminoKelp Premium, Microbe Plus Kelp Premium and Xtend™ are all organically certified (ACO allowed input 4014). We use no hazardous chemicals and no high temperatures on our Organic products during the manufacturing process. The benefits of using GrowGreen Organic Products include:
The effects of climate change mean that more than ever, managing through drought conditions is set to remain an inescapable and frequent challenge for growers. Water is obviously a crucial and highly variable abiotic factor for every living organism including plants. Therefore, water scarcity in plants can cause major abiotic stresses which then result in a decrease in yield.
The application of bio stimulants like amino acids can help plants resist drought stress. One of our Organic Products; AminoKelp contains a broad spectrum of all of the amino acids involved in protein formation, digested kelp and a broad spectrum of macro and micro nutrients that includes silica, which can help mitigate against many forms of biotic and abiotic stress like insect attack and drought respectively.
A study in maize demonstrated up to a 30% yield increase (mass/1000 grains) when plants were sprayed with exogenous amino acids under drought conditions; spraying amino acids before water stress was experienced was up to 20% more effective than spraying once plants are stressed (Kasraie, 2012). Research conducted by Azimi et al. (2013) showed application of amino acids at a concentration of 1 mL/L reduced damage due to stress by 70% in wheat.