Nutrition Farming® Organic Chard Guidelines
NTS has developed highly successful strategies for organic chard production. Contact us to learn how to regenerate your soil, increase plant health, reduce chemical reliance and boost your profitability.
- Seedling treatment to minimise transplant shock and encourage rapid establishment.
- Precision Nutrition™ – Crop monitoring techniques that allow optimum fertiliser applications, resulting in less inputs and lower costs of production.
- Australia’s largest range of ACO Registered Farm Inputs.
- Soil Therapy™ and Plant Therapy™ services backed up by qualified agronomists.
Organic source of calcium and phosphorus. High mix compatibility.
3 species of kelp for optimum leaf growth response.
Regular applications of soluble silicon ensure optimum plant health and resilience.
Organic source of nitrogen and a natural chelating agent.
A microbial inoculum containing 3 beneficial fungal species (Trichoderma), which promote plant and root growth.
Testimonials“It is the most exciting project we have ever had happen in our farming life. To have somebody care about our soil and follow up has been very helpful.”– Alick Beggs, Reedy Creek
Testimonials“I was simply astounded at the results. There was a massive fruit set … we harvested 250% more fruit than the previous season and fruit size was just as good as other years.”– Peter Cochrane, Cowra
Testimonials“Instead of the typical hard crust, the soil became moist and friable, and the smell was fantastic – I know there is a long way to go with this soil, but changes are already happening. Who would have thought I’d be seeing worms back in my soils again so soon!”– John Traill, Liverpool Plains
Testimonials“I now believe that this is the first time I have seen genuinely healthy mango trees. These trees are now firing along with fantastic flushes even though they are still sitting in water. I just can’t believe it. I didn’t think it was possible.”– Robert Pucciarmati, Dundee Beach
Testimonials“The trees were incredibly healthy and far more balanced than in previous seasons. There was less nitrogen sponsored wood growth resulting in a 75% reduction in pruning requirements and even the weed pressure has decreased significantly.”– Peter Cochrane