The only product we’ve been asked for before it’s even in the UK!
Organically derived microbial inoculant that allows the plant to uptake much more Phosphorus. Think of it as having to eat a roast dinner, how much time and effort does it take to cut, chew and digest your food… That’s your current phosphorus uptake (if you’re an organic grower, you have to cook the roast dinner first as well).
With Mammoth P, the microbes are the metaphorical ‘blenders’ in the kitchen, throw in the roast dinner, blend it up and see how much easier it is to...
A 'New Age Nutrient Order'?
There has been a lot of research on nano particles over the last 16 years, but only recently (2008) has there been research on nano particles and the influence on plants, something we will refer to as Phytonanotechnology. Questions such as the following will be looked at;
What benefits will phytonanotechnology have?
Will there be negative associations such as bioaccumulation?
What impact will phytonanotechnology have on the environment?
What is the future for phytonanotechnology?...
UK Food policy Part II
One of a countries most fundamental responsibilities is to protect its citizens from going hungry. Most of you reading this have grown up with the assumption that if you ever fall on hard times their is a safety net to protect you from complete destitution and hunger. For a lot of people in the UK, that safety net has massive holes in it and they are slipping through. These people, usually on low incomes have made sacrifices, bought cheaper and cheaper food, and even buying less of the cheap food until families are living...
What is… Nitrogen
England and all civilised nations stand in deadly peril of not having enough to eat. As mouths multiply, food resources dwindle. Land is a limited quantity, and the land that will grow wheat is absolutely dependent on difficult and capricious natural phenomena... I hope to point a way out of the colossal dilemma. It is the chemist who must come to the rescue of the threatened communities. It is through the laboratory that starvation may ultimately be turned into plenty... The fixation of atmospheric nitrogen is one of the great discoveries, awaiting the genius of chemists.