Soil & Seed

Formulated to improve soil microbial activity, natural soil fertility and moisture and nutrient utilisation.

Soil & Seed provides a broad-spectrum food source for soil microbes and crops, including amino acids, enzymes, vitamins, carbohydrates, and macro and microminerals. It acts as an excellent soil inoculant and is suitable for all crops and pastures, formulated to improve the soil microbiome.

Soil & Seed encourages rapid germination and early root development, enhancing plant tolerance to pests, pathogens, and abiotic stresses, improving plant access to nutrients and, in combination, increasing yield potential.

Treated soils demonstrate improved structure, water infiltration, nutrient holding and cycling, tilth, and field capacity.

  • Improves seed germination and early root development
  • Stimulates soil microbial population and diversity
  • Accelerates conversion of crop residues into humus
  • Improves soil agglomeration, improving infiltration and water holding capacity, and
  • Improves nutrient solubilisation, cycling and delivery to crops
  • Organic variation available.
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In broadacre crops, use as a pre-emergent or at sowing stages, ideally incorporated into the soil. It can also be used as a seed inoculant.  For irrigated crops can be applied through irrigation to avoid incorporation. For permanent plantings use at break of dormancy or prior to key growth stages, apply to soil through fertigation systems. In pasture use in spring and late autumn and apply to pasture through boom spray.

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

Soil & Seed resources

  • Almond case study, Red Cliffs VIC

    Red Cliffs district almond grower, Barry Hensgen, began applying a high-input fertiliser program across his two blocks on the advice of a consultant several years ago. “This program aimed to achieve a yield of about 3.1 tonnes kernel per ha, which was about 30 percent h...

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  • Pasture and hay case study, Dunkeld VIC

    A biological soil nutrition program is enabling Victorian farmers, Gavin and Vikki Bensch, to shrug off the effects of the drought and produce some of the best clover hay they have ever grown. Gavin and Vikki grow about 180 hectares of clover hay, wheat, linseed, field ...

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  • Wool and grain case study, Deniliquin NSW

    Southern NSW wool and grain growers, Alan and Ruth Wragge, have dramatically improved the health, yield and quality of their crops since they adopted biological farming techniques six years ago. The Wragges grow up to 600 hectares of oats, wheat, barley and rice on thei...

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  • Dairy case study, Calivil VIC

    The owners of northern Victoria dairying operation, Calmo Farms, have significantly improved the vigour and persistence of their pastures since they adopted a biological farming program four years ago. The Clymo family, Jade and Belinda, and Trevor and Jan, milk about 5...

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