Bio-Fertilisers

dBio fertilisers contain living microorganisms which, when applied to seeds, plant surfaces, or soil, colonise the plant root zone or “rhizosphere”. Here they promote growth by increasing the supply or availability of essential nutrients to the host plant.

By enhancing plant health and resistance to pathogens, bio-fertilisers increase plant efficiency and can decrease the need for chemical fertilisers and pesticides.

Undisturbed soils are full of naturally occurring beneficial soil microorganisms including arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR). As well as supporting host plant, these microbes also proote a healthy soil community of living organisms including protozoa, nematodes, arthropods, insects and earthworms as well as other fungi and bacteria. These living organisms play critical roles in balancing soil chemistry and physics as well as the biological elements of healthy soils.


supporting the plants they also support a healthy soil community of living organisms including protozoa, nematodes, arthropods, insects and earthworms as well as other fungi and bacteria. These living organisms play critical roles in balancing the chemistry, physics as well as the biology elements of a healthy soil.
Many common farming practices, such as ploughing, can disrupt soil microbiota. Reintroducing beneficial microbes where they have been depleted or lost will speed up the recovery of soil biodiversity and fertility.