The timing of fertility input is critical. The earlier the better for crops coming out of dormancy. For example, as soon as the soil warms up at bud swell, we would recommend a ground application followed by a foliar application 3-7 inch. shoot growth. There have been a number of studies documenting that plants are
We have been successfully selling our products overseas for over 20 years. We still maintain extensive product sales overseas. Our products deliver farmers the edge that they are looking for in the marketplace given their breadth of nutritional value for plants.
Given their organic base, most of our products can typically be mixed with anything else that you’re applying (i.e. fungicides, sulfur, calcium, boron, zinc, etc.) without any negative impact on the mixed product performance, our product’s performance or the plant itself. We don’t recommend mixing our foliar fertilizers with oils as it’s counter intuitive to
We offer plenty of product that are applied through the soil via irrigation, drip or fertigation systems. However, when nutrients are applied as a foliar spray the nutrients are directly available to the plant. The foliar application that has an intensive microbial base causes the plant to accelerate its uptake of soil nutrients through the
Products can be used in commercial sprayers or applied via irrigation, fertigation and drip systems. All dry products are water soluble and shouldn’t clog emitters or sprayers if they are first mixed into a 5 gallon bucket or similar container or agitation system to dissolve the product thoroughly prior to placing into the sprayer holding
Our recommended spraying regime is a minimum of four (4) up to eight (8) sprays during the crop cycle. A plant has certain “windows” where it can more readily process nutrients. Trying to determine when the windows are available is complicated but by having a more frequent fertilizer application process like a foliar spray, the
A unique aspect of our products given their organic base is that they can be mixed with most anything allowing the farmer to incorporate our product into their particular spraying regime. They can be mixed with fungicides, anti-mildews, sulfur, calcium, boron, zinc, etc. without any negative impact on the mixed product performance, our product’s performance
In what quantities do you package your products? What are the order sizes and how are they packaged?Monday, June 1, 2015
Most of our dry products come in 40 lb. or 50 lb. boxes. Our liquid nutrients come in 2.5 gal. containers with 5 gallons in a pack. Our compost tea is sold in 5 gal. buckets, 275 gallon totes or 5000 gallon tanker loads. CropBioLife is sold in 5.3 gallon jugs or 20 litters. Pallets are approx.
All of our products are made from ingredients sourced in North America. All manufacturing facilities are in North America with the majority in California.
All of our exceptional raw materials are sourced from North America. These are relationships that have been established for a considerable amount of time as a tremendous amount of effort was made to locate only the best product raw materials available.
First of all, our products have a long history of success worldwide. We’ve been selling our products overseas for over 20 years well before the organic agricultural movement had taken hold. We believe in organic based products. Products that use nature’s ingredients in combination to deliver what all plants need without impacting groundwater or sensitive
Our products have a huge advantage over conventional fertilizers because nitrogen runoff into streams and infiltration into ground water is a non-issue in agricultural areas that are increasingly subject to regulatory scrutiny.
Andaman Ag a Master Distributor for a number of manufacturers including Ecotech LLC, Sustainable Growing Solutions, NutriAg USA, Aussan Laboratories, and WISEarth Organics LLC. The company also distributes agricultural and aquaculture products in Asia Pacific, and Central and South America. The company’s founder is Deac Jones who spent years working in Asia working for Connell
Our dry foliar fertilizer products have a fishy smell after application but it doesn’t last long. The enzymatic digestion process is anaerobic and because of this, the final product has a distinctive anaerobic smell. The process needs to be anaerobic because in an aerobic process too many nutrients would become volatile and in an anaerobic environment
Both, we have distributors that we work with who stock, support and sell our products and we sell direct. We have our own warehouses in Fresno, California and Half Moon Bay, California. We can ship direct or refer sales to our distributors.