Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 5)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 5)

In this fifth installment of our Soil Therapy™ guidelines, we will look at two interrelated minerals that are so often overlooked in soils and plants around the world. Boron and silicon are anions »

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 4)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 4)

In this instalment of Soil Therapy™ guidelines, I will continue to highlight the key characteristics and strategies relative to the minerals measured on your soil test. Here, we will consider sodium and sulfur. »

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 3)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 3)

In this third instalment of the Soil Therapy™ guidelines, we will consider the major soil-sweetening cations, calcium, magnesium and potassium. Calcium (Ca) – The trucker of all minerals Key Roles Calcium is always the »

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 2)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 2)

In this segment, we will consider the two major minerals, nitrogen and phosphorus, in relation to your Soil Therapy™ report. The goal here is to clarify the key roles of these minerals, identify »

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 1)

Soil Therapy™ Guidelines – Understanding your Soil Report (Part 1)

I am currently writing new guidelines for our Soil Therapy™ reports. It occurred to me that these detailed explanations of every facet of a good soil test might be of value to Nutrition »

Nutrition and Disease – Interview with Professor Don Huber – Part 2

Nutrition and Disease – Interview with Professor Don Huber – Part 2

In Part 1 of this interview, Professor Huber shared some fascinating nutrition tips and, amongst many gems, he clarified the kind of reduced sugars that attract insects and those that boost plant resilience. »

Future Farming – Saving Australian Soils

Future Farming – Saving Australian Soils

If you were told that a single strategy could improve the health and longevity of your family, while building the production and profitability of your farming enterprise, you might shake your head in »

New Product Range: Organic Trace Essentials™

New Product Range: Organic Trace Essentials™

NTS are excited to announce the much anticipated release of our organically certified liquid trace element range – Organic Trace Essentials™! Organic Trace Essentials™ includes a special formulation of highly effective, organic chelating agents »

The Global Health Show NZ – Interview with Graeme Sait

The Global Health Show NZ – Interview with Graeme Sait

NTS CEO Graeme Sait appears on New Zealand program, The Global Health Show. In this interview, Graeme discusses how he first became involved with soil science, his philosophies on soil and planetary health, »

Nutrition and Disease – Interview with Professor Don Huber – Part 1

Nutrition and Disease – Interview with Professor Don Huber – Part 1

I recently attended a one-day presentation in Toowoomba by Professor Don Huber. A capacity crowd was treated to memorable sharing. This remarkable microbiologist delivered a compelling summary of his lifetime study of minerals »