Our roots run deep in Agriculture. From the farmer working the ground to the finished crop, we know the importance of making sure you have the right nutrients in your ground to feed the crop all season long. Equally important when considering residual resources is what we are not putting in the ground. All of our residuals are thoroughly tested and monitored to ensure the highest quality.
Depending on the soil type, climate, and crop type; soils can lack the composition needed to support proper plant growth. Sandy soils need help with retaining water, while clay soils could hold too much water and need better filtration. Acid levels out of balance can also effect crop growth by binding up needed nutrients. A soil amendment strategy is an important aspect of maintaining good soil health.
Fertilizers account for a large portion of plant growth, fertilizers add essential nutrients to the soil for uptake by the plant. The addition of essential fertilizers can increase plant growth, improving the farmers crop - as well as his pocketbook.