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History of Guano Australia

Mine visits, research, training, expos, new products; we've done it all over the years.

1991 - Where it all started; Madura indonesia. John at our mine and at the mine factory.

John Jashar in 1991. Guano Australia's seabird guano fertilizer mine factory in Indonesia in 1991. John Jashar within the seabird guano fertilizer mine factory in Indonesia in 1991.

1997-1998 - Expos; Humpty Doo, Wesfarmers SA

Promoting Guano Gold at expos in the late 1990s. Promoting Guano Gold in South Australia in the late 1990s.

1997-1998 - Training Sessions; Tropiculture Darwin, Shepparton Farmers, Impact 

Organic fertiliser training sessions held in the Northern Territory in the late 1990s. Organic fertiliser training sessions held in the Northern Territory in the late 1990s. Organic fertiliser training sessions held in the Northern Territory in the late 1990s.

1999 - Darwin, installation of Doyle Blending Plant

The installation of the Doyle Blending Plant in Darwin in 1999. John Jashar (right) at the installation of the Doyle Blending Plant in Darwin in 1999.

1999 - Training Sessions; NSW Farmers, SA Fertico

Organic fertilizer training sessions held in NSW in 1999. Organic fertilizer training sessions held in South Australia in 1999.

2000 - Dallas (Texas USA) University & Research Centre, Agrispon Trials

John Jashar at the University and Research Centre in Dallas, Texas, in 2000. Agrispon organic fertiliser trials at the University and Research Centre in Dallas, Texas, in 2000. Agrispon organic fertilizer trials at the University and Research Centre in Dallas, Texas, in 2000.

2000 - Illinois (USA), Agrispon Trials, penetrometer soil testing

Agrispon organic fertilizer trials in Illinois, America, in 2000. Agrispon organic fertilizer trials in Illinois, America, in 2000.

2000 - Agri Shows, Wesfarmers WA

Promoting Guano Gold range of organic fertilisers in Western Australian in 2000.

2001 - Brisbane QLD, Bagging and Blending Facility

The bagging and blending facility in Brisbane, Queensland, in 2001. The seabird guano organic fertiliser bagging and blending facility in Brisbane, Queensland, in 2001.

2002 - NSW Aerial Spreading

Aerial spreading of guano organic fertiliser in NSW in 2002. Aerial spreading of guano organic fertiliser in NSW in 2002.

2005 - Suncorp Stadium before / 7 weeks after Agripson program start

Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane prior to an Agrispon organic fertiliser program in 2005. Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane after an Agrispon organic fertiliser program in 2005.

2005 - Guano Gold Pastural results

A pasture following a Guano Gold organic fertiliser program.

2006 - Rural VIC distributor training

Guano Gold organic fertilisers distributor training.

2014 - Launch of our Guano Liquid Gold Products

The launch of Guano Liquid Gold organic fertiliser in 2014. The launch of Guano Liquid Gold organic fertiliser in 2014. The launch of Guano Liquid Gold organic fertiliser in 2014.

2016/2017 - Agquip / W B Hunter Expo

Promoting Guano Gold fertilisers in 2016/2017. Promoting Guano Gold fertilisers in 2016/2017.

2017 - Waltanna Farms using our Guano Liquid Gold products

Waltanna Farms using Guano Liquid Gold products in 2017. Waltanna Farms using Guano Liquid Gold products in 2017.

 

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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