Video - The Sense of Humus

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Grandparenting is missing the point
June 2017
PW Burton

The link between 750,000 tonnes of urea a year being applied to New Zealand soils and excess nitrate-N in streams, lakes, and groundwater is difficult to refute. In fact, of the many people that I’ve discussed the issue with, no-one denies that it exists.

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"Our pasture is doing really well as compared to when we moved here 4 yrs ago. It used to be the worst looking on the road now quite the opposite, a very rich green and all the stems standing up. All the bare patches have filled in and thatching all but disappeared."

Neil, Taupo April 2017


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Regardless of what is grown, there is a dependency on soil – particularly the humus content, and humus is often referred to as the greatest storehouse of energy on our planet. The more we can do to nourish and improve our soil, the longer we can farm profitably.

Functional Fertiliser is at the forefront of developing products that are beneficial to soil and crop requirements.

Taylor Berryman pasture growth trend June 2017-1-785
Crop and Stock Health

Farming is the process of converting sunlight to other forms of energy that people are able to either consume or benefit from in some other way. The majority of our farming operations are soil-based. Soils are nothing without microbial activity.
We are only as healthy as the food we eat and a truly healthy soil provides food that results in robust good health.


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A range of farming operations has been monitored over a number of years. Information is available on dairy pasture production, beef fattening, commercial tomato cropping, kiwifruit, maize and viticulture.


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