RECYCLED MICRONUTRIENTS
FOR GRANULAR FERTILISER BLENDS


ReNutrients is looking to partner up with fertiliser manufacturers
in Australia to create specialty blends using a unique circular economy technology that will positively impact the agricultural industry in Australia.

RECYCLED MICRONUTRIENTS FOR GRANULAR FERTILISER BLENDS

Supplementing granular fertiliser blends with micronutrients is an effective and efficient way to provide crops with all the required nutrients. By combining the granule with elements like Zinc, Manganese and Copper, the micronutrients are released into the soil, where they correct trace element deficiencies and provide the plant with essential nutrition, especially important during seed germination and early root growth.

 

ZM-Grow is a recycled organic solution, a sustainable alternative to typical chemical supplements for specialty blends manufacturers.

BENEFITS

 

  • Continuous macro and micro nutrient release

  • Reduced leaching and gaseous losses

  • Reduced labour and application costs

  • Corrected micronutrient deficiencies

  • Improved macronutrients uptake

  • Increased yields

  • Cost effective

HOW IT CAN BE DONE

 

  1. Spray on method (recommended): 

    1. Apply the nutrient solution by spraying uncoated granules directly with ZM-Grow.

    2. Tumble and mix the granules to ensure even distribution for the entire batch.

    3. 2-5 l of ZM-Grow to 1 ton of NPK granules

 

  1. Powder method

    • Dry the solution to powder

    • Spread it to the NPK granule surface using additive or combine it with wax

BOOST YOUR SALES AND REDUCE THE CARBON FOOTPRINT

  • Recycled, sustainable, clean plant nutrition

  • Certified in accordance with
    NASAA Organic and Biodynamic Standard

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About ZM-Grow

ZM-Grow™ is a premium zinc and manganese foliar fertiliser.

Developed by Tracegrow, Finland, it is the world’s most ecological fertiliser product on the market.

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ZM-Grow Trials

The Product has been tested in Finland, England, Italy, the USA, and other countries with good yield increases, and positive feedback from farmers. 

Has thus far been tested for wheat, oats, barley, grass, corn,

citrus, avocado, cotton, tomato, and potato.