Bio-Tech Organics

Bio-Tech Organics
Shop 3 Geradis Building Old Port Wakefield Road
Craigmore, SA 5114
Australia


Description
Bio-Tech Organics believes balance is the key to better farming. We start in the soil where conditions affect the soil-food-web and the ability of important soil organisms to function. These include fungi, bacteria, protozoa, earthworms, predatory mites and beneficial nematodes. The work of these soil organisms have a direct affect on the way in which plants grow and produce. These microbes assist in the areas of soil structure, disease suppression, humus production, remineralisation, nitrogen and phosphorus availability, vitamin production, plant growth factors and ultimately, nutritional quality of produce.

If you're a progressive land manager looking to reduce your reliance on chemical based farming systems, reduce your farm's carbon footprint and produce food of high quality, then a biological approach to your farm management may be what you are looking for.

We are not as some may think an organic-only company, but strive to use only the very best organic based products and biological methods for improved crop production.
Advertiser
Bio-Tech Organics
John Norton
PO Box 526
Craigmore SA 5114
Australia
Bio-Tech Organics distributes specialist biological products and services for horticulture, viticulture and broad acre farmers in Australia.

Bio-Tech Organics believes balance is the key to better farming. We start in the soil where conditions affect the soil-food-web and the ability of important soil organisms to function. These include fungi, bacteria, protozoa, earthworms, predatory mites and beneficial nematodes. The work of these soil organisms have a direct affect on the way in which plants grow and produce. These microbes assist in the areas of soil structure, disease suppression, humus production, remineralisation, nitrogen and phosphorus availability, vitamin production, plant growth factors and ultimately, nutritional quality of produce.

If you are a progressive land manager looking to reduce your reliance on chemical based farming systems, reduce your farm carbon footprint and produce food of high quality, then a biological approach to your farm management may be what you are looking for.

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