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Below is a list of our latest blog posts, enjoy!

Neem: The No. 1 herb of today

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 29 July 2019  

Who doesn't need neem?! Loaded with beneficial things like antioxidants, Vitamin E and antibacterial properties, neem really should be your, your animal's and your plant's new best friend!

Dishing the dirt on winter lawn and garden maintenance

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 28 June 2019  

Power Pellets – an innovative organic fertiliser

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 17 April 2019  

How to go about ironing your lawn

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 26 February 2019  

An old, but new age superfood - Fossil Shell Flour

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 25 January 2019  

All about amino acids

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 18 December 2018  

As the molecular building blocks of protein and a vital food source for microbes, let's have a closer look at amino acids!

 Microbe mania!

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 30 November 2018  

They might be small, but microbes are causing a stir in both the farming and gardening worlds! Microbes and a healthy soil biology are believed to improve the quality of produce and some results have even shown plants displaying...

The Fulvic Phenomenon

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 22 October 2018  

It’s a bird, no it’s a plane, no it’s the fulvic phenomenon! Often called ‘nature’s miracle molecule’ and considered the ultimate ‘nutrient booster’, fulvic acid offers many health benefits to plants, people and animals.

Good water saving practices for garden and lawn lovers

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 19 September 2018  

Minimise your water usage and maximise the water holding capacity of your lawns and gardens with a few helpful tips.

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The Secret to Soil Success

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 23 August 2018  

We all want green lawns, bright flowers and healthy produce. But healthy plants and lawns start with the soil and whether or not it's healthy. The trick isn't about using a lot of chemicals to get the growth going.

Back to the Jurassic - Introducing Jurassic Nutritional Therapy

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 17 July 2018  

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The depletion of nutrient dense soil and produce

Author: Adam Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 14 June 2018  

Would you believe it if we told you a vegetable eaten decades ago was healthier than the vegetables you consume today? It's true. A 2011 study from the University of Texas, USA, found the amount of important nutrients such as calcium, protein...

Australian Lawn Fanatics Facebook page.....

Date Posted: 24 November 2017  

For anyone who loves their lawn or turf, then the Australian Lawn Fanatics (AUSLF) Facebook page is for you. They have just passed the 14,000 member mark and still growing rapidly. I have just joined their page and let me tell you, they are...

Author: Daniel Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 20 April 2017  

The beneficial effects of using high quality DE (Fossil Shell Flour) or silica in cattle production have been extensively researched. Read more...

Author: By Harvey Walks With Hawks Doyle   Date Posted: 11 January 2016  

There is no life without Silica! Some say that, "Silica is the most important trace mineral for human health!"

Author: Daniel Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 10 January 2016  

Humus improves /conditions 3 areas of soil e.g. Physical, Mechanical, & the Chemical. Click on the heading above to read more....

Author: Daniel Fitzhenry   Date Posted: 18 November 2015  

Click the heading above to read why humates are so important in our soil