Australian Soil Planners

Cropping

Not all units of an applied nutrient are equal in their output.

Prescriptive agriculture has led to growers using more and more inputs pushing for that high yield, increasing the break even yield, eating away at their profit margin.

Growers tightening up rotations leading to increased fertiliser requirements, increased pesticide requirements to grow their produce. Smart targeted use of balanced fertiliser inputs and good rotations have seen ASP growers greatly reduce synthetic inputs, build organic matter, utilise more of the soil profile, manage their risk instead of rolling the dice every year.

How many times do we see crops that are pushed not reach their potential for one reason or another?

The ASP agronomist identifies deficiencies limiting production and then customises a total plant and soil nutritional program for their client based on the specific need of that crop in that soil type in that environment.

ASP farmers grow a broad range of crops including : Wheat, Barley, Oats, Canola, Chick Peas, Lupins, Lentils, Canola, Cotton, Sorghum, Corn, Faba Beans, Mung Beans, Rice, Field Peas, Hemp, Adzuki Beans, specialty cereal grains, Soy Beans