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Farmers can still make a profit in difficult economical times by utilising Munash natural fertilisers for soil health

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According to Ian Munro, Managing Director of Munash Natural Fertilisers, the best investment that can be made for property is the soil, as out of balance soil affects the health of everything from plants and crops to animals and humans.

Ian Munro is an experienced Soil Agronomist and an avid ambassador for working with nature to restore soils health and the health of the environment. Ian provides soil and agronomy advice for all types of industries including vegetables, potatoes, broad acre cropping, lucerne, pastures, tree crops, all cereals, dairy and organics.
 
“It is time to start to make a positive change in agriculture, and even in time of the poor economic and drought conditions there are realistic and affordable options for landholders,” says Munro. 

Munro has the ability to make farmers feel optimistic, and whilst many business seem to be ‘trimming’ down, the team at Munash is growing, putting on more staff to cope with increased demands.
 
Munro believes the reason for the growth is that people are tired and fed up due to the lack of productivity, poor results and the high price of fertilizers.

Munash we are different as they keep the natural fertiliser prices low and highly competitive. They work with landholders to achieve results within their budget requirements. 

Munash natural fertiliser products achieve results in increasing yields, conserving up to 30% more moisture, increasing organic carbon levels naturally, improving soil fertility and biological life. Munash are improving the quality of food, as crops produced from healthy, balanced and remineralised soils are more nutritious and flavourful.

Munash are well known for their Enviro-Fertilizers such as Eco-Min, but they provide the total package of soil specialist advice, product supply, delivery and spreading.

Their spreading and sales team are skilled operators who have grown up on the land, thus recognising the need to continually nourish and feed the soil.

“The message we are trying to get out there is that you really still can make a profitable living from the land simply by working with nature and using the right products,” concludes Munro.

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