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Fruit & Balance

Formulated to increase flowering, fruit set and soil microbial activity. Fruit & Balance enhances the nutritional value and quality of fruit or grain by increasing sugar levels in the plant.

This fermented microbial culture contains a rich source of vitamins, minerals, proteins, enzymes, amino acids, carbohydrates, and growth promoters.

Fruit & Balance delivers a rich source of plant-available phosphate when the plant is under peak load, stimulating strong fruiting and enhancing yield potential. A natural bio-chelator of water-soluble nutrients, it enhances plant uptake of these nutrients.

It drives the plant into a strong fruiting state, maximising fruit or seed set and assisting the plant in carrying this load for maximum yield and quality.

  • Stimulates and supports fruiting and maturation
  • Supplies plant-available phosphate during peak load
  • Supplies a broad spectrum of vitamins, minerals, proteins, and enzymes
  • Stimulates soil microbial population and diversity
  • Combats the negative effects of abiotic stresses
  • Organic variation available.
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Formulated for optimal foliar uptake and ideal for broadacre, horticulture and organic enterprises. Apply when plant is in a fruiting state, using a spray system.

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Contact your Area Manager today for a tailored plan for your crop.

Fruit & Balance resources

  • Challenge accepted: Improving organic grape production

    A Riverina wine producer has been seeking ways to improve their crop of organically grown grapes.

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  • When Less is Best – for your crops and your hip-pocket

    Do you sometimes feel like you’re going a little insane? Applying more and more synthetic fertiliser to boost yield because that’s what everyone else does, yet your efforts and skyrocketing input costs result in either no yield improvement or even declining yield, and s...

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  • Citrus case study, Griffith NSW

    Woodside Marketing is a family-owned national enterprise based in Griffith NSW. Its experience in farming fruit and vegetables spans three generations of the Vardanega family commencing with the arrival to Australia in 1912 of Girolamo Vardanega from Treviso Italy. Gran...

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  • Mixed farming case study, Tarcutta NSW

    Southern NSW farmers, Malcolm and Kerrie Plum, noticed a dramatic improvement in the health of their livestock since they began adopting biological farming techniques over 15 years ago. Previous animal health problems, including bloat, grass tetany and milk fever in cat...

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