TM Agricultural bio stimulant

TM Soil Actibvator
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TM promotes loose aerated soil with optimum oxygen levels and excellent water absorption and holding capacities.

At Best Environmental Technologies we’ve spent years developing growing solutions for the agriculture, commercial and horticulture sectors.

Our soil rejuvenation products are second-to-none, and are developed with leading-edge biotechnology in our own laboratories. Best products and systems are used worldwide and we continue to expand into new countries and territories at a rapid pace.

TM was first introduced into Australia in 2006, to nine farmers in Western Australia. Since then, its use has spread rapidly across the country, based on results and word-of-mouth recommendations. TM is widely used in all states of Australia and New Zealand.

We at Best understand that the concept of using biology to assist growers is a relatively new one, and that education, understanding and results are paramount.

Our products are formulated to restore soil health and balance. Our goal is to help solve the core problem that most producers encounter: their soil’s condition. Poor soil conditions lead to many of today’s agricultural problems and expenses. Many pastures, animals and crop lands all show symptoms of this.

Compacted hard soils with low oxygen, poor water absorption and low biological activity promote disease, pests and high costs. The input costs associated with poor soil conditions high fertilizer rates with low efficiencies, nutrient lock-up and leaching also add to the challenge.

TM promotes loose aerated soil with optimum oxygen levels and excellent water absorption and holding capacities. Healthy soils enable the inputs being used to be much more efficient. Our goals at Best are to help producers grow healthy, high-quality produce with reduced inputs and less financial risk.

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