Optimum growth arises froma healthy soil system...not excessive fertilising
Our MissionSave our soils & improve fertility
Why soil is SO important?We are what we eat - nutrient poor soil means nutrient poor humans
Save Our Soils
Soil is a finite resource essential for human existence.
95% of our food comes directly or indirectly from soil.
It takes 2,000 years to produce 10cm of fertile soil and we lose more than 24 billion tonnes every year through urban development, erosion and incorrect management techniques.
Fertile soil helps to regulate the Earth’s climate and stores more carbon than all of the world’s forests combined.
Australia has some of the oldest soils in the world
Australian soils are continually exposed to extremely harsh environmental conditions and pose many challenges for management, whether in the home garden, parks and public spaces or agriculturally. Hydrosoil have faced these challenges head on to develop cutting edge management techniques for soil preservation.
We test your soil and provide you with a management plan of precise nutrtional inputs - improving your soil health whilst saving you time and money.
Take the guess work work out of gardening. MAXIMUM OUTPUT FROM MINIMAL INPUTS!
We all need to be responsible for the fertility of our soilsWe can help you understand 'YOUR' soil so you can preserve its health and the health of the plants it supports
- • Soil is a complex system of physical, chemical and biological components
- • Just like humans require a balanced diet with appropriate amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals, fats and water, plants too require conditions of balanced nutrition.
- • An excess of one nutrient will supress the uptake or function of others
- • The correct balance produces sustainable growth, reduces water use and the need for herbicides and pesticides and promotes microbial diversity
- • Pre-packaged fertilisers and soil amendments oversupply nutrients, leading to 'lock-ups' and imbalances
- • It's impossible to choose a product to treat your soil without knowing what it actually needs
- • Managing your soil with precise applications of only those nutrients your soil requires saves you time, money and the environment
SAVE YOUR SOIL - SAVE WATER - SAVE MONEY
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Our Featured Videoa must view for all
Efficiency is the ability to avoid wasting materials, energy, efforts, money, and time in doing something or in producing a desired result.
Hydrophobicity is a worldwide issue and the sandy soils of Western Australia are particularly prone to the problem
Biologists have provided the first evidence that a widely used pesticide can significantly impair the ability of otherwise healthy honey bees to fly. The study, which employed a bee “flight mill,” raises concerns about how pesticides affect honey bee pollination and long-term effects on the health of honey bee colonies.