Areas of Interest

Soil and Plant Analysis

Pasture testing is a sure way of knowing what value and level of nutrients your soils and pastures are providing to your stock. Pastures vary widely from winter to spring to summer to autumn so it is an important tool to help you understand just what your pastures are or are not providing.

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Animal and Pasture Nutrition

Bryan explains the direct relationship between the nutritional status of your soil and the following; soil microbial activity, pasture palatability and utilisation by stock, crop establishment and production as well as nutrient content, how your soil nutritional status directly effects both shelf life and flavour along with other important topics.

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Lawns, Parks, Reserves

The ability to grow your own vegetables might seem like a healthy choice compared to all the unhealthy options from commercially grown suppliers but if your soil or plants are lacking in the right nutrients then they may be not the right choice for you or your family.

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Family Nutrition

It has been and continues to be one of my frustrations in life, the lack of understanding of food and why we need it. Like all plants and animals we require daily intake of essential; minerals, vitamins, protein, carbohydrates, water and exposure to sun.
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