TNN Australia is constantly searching for ways to improve human, soil and animal health.
Bill Munton and the TNN Australia team present a genuine solution to the deterioration of fragile soils through the ignorant use of acid salt chemical fertilisers.
The fertilisers in question mostly give very short gains at the expense of long term damage.
"Phosphate fertiliser has for years been applied without seeing the fundamental effects it is causing to the environment," Mr Munton said.
"It has been acidifying soils and polluting waterways with soluble pollutants that leech away, dissolve and evaporate and deposit heavy metals on farms
"These heavy metals stay and build up a toxic residue that is decreasing our worm population and destroying much of our valuable biological life, which is trying to find nutrients for our plants to produce at their best.
"TNN Australia offers some organically certified products, but the rest of our range which may not be certified, will supply the nutrients your plants need without doing any harm.
"Our products are designed to be used the way nature intended and because some are non-water soluble they provide an unlimited application window.
"All nutrients that are supplied by our granular products are made available to the plants through biological activity and the acid solution from the feeder roots of the plants.
"These products can be applied at any time of the year.
"TNN Australia's products can last for several years, continually improving the soil that will be left for future generations.
"Because it takes a little while to turn dirt into soil we supplement our animals using liquid minerals which seem to provide great benefits almost immediately.
"Many of our customers report to us of higher weight gains, higher fertility, less need for drenching in nearly all animals - cattle, sheep, horses, alpacas, goats even pigs and dogs.
"Roughly 85 per cent of anything that goes wrong with your animals is down to nutrient deficiencies.
"Fix the deficiencies and solve most of your problems.
"Remember nutrients and biology puts you on the road to improving your soil and your yields."
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