Learn how to fix issues in your soil

Not all equal: See Stew, Wayne and the Farm Gate team at site 30 at the Esperance Show to see a working liquid injection system first-hand and discuss how the system can work for you.
Not all equal: See Stew, Wayne and the Farm Gate team at site 30 at the Esperance Show to see a working liquid injection system first-hand and discuss how the system can work for you.

Hi-Tech Ag Solutions have been leaders since their inception in the use of liquids for both soil and foliar applied cropping applications.

Hi-Tech Ag has championed the development of healthy sustainable soils using the fundamentals of mineral balance and soil structure with the power of balanced biology to help build organic matter and usable soil carbon.

Hi-Tech Ag has been actively involved in most growing cultures domestically and internationally clearly showing the advantages to liquid and hybrid systems (granular and liquid).

These systems all promote deeper and larger root structures showing farmers how to fix issues with acidity, salt and aluminium in their soils.

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The advantages to the larger root mass in conjunction with VAM biology generate carbon storage and greater availability of the broad range of soil minerals and nutrient applied.

This all adds up to greater water storage and efficiency through better soil structure, deeper available profiles and increased soil carbon that can be accelerated in these systems.

Come and see the Esperance Farmgate and Hi-Tech team to see how they can tailor a system to grow deeper and drive healthier soils on your farm.

As well as the broad liquid range Hi-Tech Ag have been at the forefront of liquid limes innovation showing huge advantages in liquid injection and foliar systems.

Ensure you talk to Hi-Tech about liquid limes as they are not all equal.

These systems all promote deeper and larger root structures showing farmers how to fix issues with acidity, salt and aluminium in their soils.