Testimonials

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Ian Saunders

“Hi my name is Ian Saunders I am working on our 1600 acre family owned and operated property in Guyra on the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales. Our main enterprise is breeding and fattening crossbred lambs.
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Laurie & Maria Germano

Laurie and Maria Germano and family grow potatoes and other vegetables on their 105ha farm in the rolling hills of South Gippsland at Delburn.
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West Deakin Hellenic Bowling Club

I was having a lot of problems with my Number 2 Green. It is a Tifdwarf and had a lot of Spring Dead Spot. After renovation it would it would not come back and suffered severely during hot dry weather.
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Brick Creek Bananas

My name is Frank Grant and I have been banana farming for 30 years at Coffs Harbour and Tully. Six months ago I started using Agrispon and Sincocin on 55ha of bananas at ‘Brick Creek Bananas’ in Tully.
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Aussie Stadium

Aussie Stadium is one of the most highly utilised rectangular sporting venues in Australia. Our hirers include the Australian Rugby Union (ARU), National Rugby League (NRL) and the Football Federation of Australia (FFA).
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PJC Sportsturf

PJC Sportsturf are a NSW based supplier to the Turf Industry. An Australian family business that was founded over 20 years ago by Peter Stig (deceased) who was very well respected within the industry. Now the business is owned/operated by his two sons Jason & Chris Stig.
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Suncorp Stadium

‘Suncorp Stadium’ is a venue of the Major Sports Facilities Authority managed by Ogden IFC (Brisbane) Pty Ltd. We have been using Agrispon monthly at 1.0 litres per Ha for root development and I have found that the roots have maintained length during the football season.
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Wakehurst Golf Club

“Since using Agrispon on my Greens the average depth of the Root system has increased from 15mm to 55mm. Due to this improvement my water usage has decreased by 25%”.
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Shane Gregg

My family are organic graziers on our farm “Mossvale”, on the Summit in the Stanthorpe District. The farm has been in our family for 51 years now and our vision is to produce quality beef and other renewable resources/produce using sustainable and economically viable systems to meet this generation’s life style goals and subsequent generations’ requirements.
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Hoogies of Yarra Glen

Hoogies of Yarra Glen have been serving the Yarra Valley agricultural industry for over 6 years. Our main focus has been on viticulture, but more recently pasture improvement.
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Matta Neta Organics

We grow olives on Kangaroo Island using plants purchased from Olives Australia. Prior to planting we used a comprehensive soil analysis through Australian Perry Agricultural Laboratories, which provides reports based on the Albrecht model.
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Ken Bryant

The Bryant Family operate a 260 cow dairy on 150 irrigated acres of improved Kikuyu, Setaria oversown with clovers, chickory and plantain. This is supplemented with forage sorghum and corn silage.
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Peter Randle

Mr Peter Randle conducts a certified organic beef, lamb and rice growing property at Yenda in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area of NSW. Mr Randle was approached by the Japanese supermarket chain Mitsuhassi, who are a joint venture partner of the Australian Rice Marketing Organisation - Rice Growers Co-operative Mitsuhassi.
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Stuart Flegler

My name is Stuart Flegler and I own and manage a 100ha banana farm beside the Tully River just outside of Tully, Queensland. I have been farming for about 13 years.
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Scott Chambers

Mr. Scott Chambers of Bundella, NSW continues to use Madura Guano Gold-Kwik Start as the basis of his fertiliser cropping and is really happy with it. There is a lot of biology and other benefits happening as well according to Scott and he is extra pleased with the crops progress this season.
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John Gosper

“It was a good day when I was introduced to Guano Gold by my progressive local dealer – Norco. Colin Barnes suggested I try it. I have been using it for two years now and I am pleased with the trees’ yield and general health.
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Jacob Tekema

Jacob Tekema and his mother Jikke milk 135 Fresian cows of 80 hectares of their property at Shady Creek, north east of Warragul Victoria. Jacob and Jikke have been using fertiliser blends with the phosphorus component supplied by Madura Guano Gold for the past two and a half years.
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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

Being so far away from our markets, durability is critical and the Silica is really good in terms of hardening up the skin and making the melons better to transport.Ord River WA irrigator David Menzel-Barradale
The problem with many organic fertilisers is that they have very low rates of nutrients, meaning you need to put out high rates. A product like Guano Gold has 12pc P, whereas Guano Sulphur Gold has 10.5pc P, obviously with additional sulphur. These figures compare very favourably with something like a single superphosphate product. Agronomically, it’s a good product in any setting, not just for organic producers.Garry Allison, Landmark Agronomist. Mount Gambier, SA
For the broadacre croppers, Guano Gold works really well in paddocks where they have had issues with nutrient tie-up. He said the majority of synthetic P products have large rates of water soluble P. The problem with that is that you can have instances where it ends up tying up zinc in the soil so you run into problems with zinc deficiencies. Not only does the slow release nature of the Guano Gold product work well over the entire season, it also contains zinc for the crop as well as the other nutrients.Moree agronomist Rob Drewitt
We strongly recommend the Guano Gold products to fellow farmers if they are looking at improving their Calcium and Silica levels using various methods of application such as foliar and granular.James and Aimee Thomas Falkirk Macadamia Farm
I have recommended Guano Gold products for 20 years and in all cases had excellent long-term results increasing in pasture productivity.Paul Baguely - PB Ag Consulting
They are high analysis products so you get your nutrients without having to put too much fertiliser out.Anthony Beutel, Googa Farm Organics
We have known since the 1930s that phosphorus is one of the main elements required to grow a successful crop of not just the (flax) plant but the seed. It was one of those products that was first out in a granular type form and it was so much easier to get an even coverage over the ground, rather than a powder form. Later on the product became a little more refined, so we could put it through our air-seeder. We also broadcast some of it, prior to seeding, when we are cultivating ground. The products have great characteristics in relation to phosphate and silica, which is exactly what we need for flax.Waltanna Farms flax-seed farmer & Ambassador for Guano Australia, Michael Nagorcka