No farmer enjoys paying high prices to buy synthetic fertilizers year in and year out. That’s why the team at Replenish Nutrients are developing naturally occurring microbes in the soil which in turn feed the plant.
CEO Neil Weins says their regenerative fertilizer can provide crop nutrition more sustainably than than traditional synthetic products.
Weins: The way we started looking at this, it goes back even to the biosoil days but into these products, every product that I’ve been developing to make life easier for the farmer; easier/better. So that old adage is logistics trumps agronomy, in this case, its logistics is agronomy. Farmers instead of pulling these great big 1100 or 1200 bushel carts and trying to do one pass and get everything done and only doing 40 or 60 acres at a time, suddenly we’re able to take two to three of the big macronutrients out of the tank, get them onto the farmer's field, balance that diet at least in those pieces of the pie, and then let the farmer play with his seeding rates during the spring and instead of going 60 acres in one shot, he’s now going 100 to 120 acres because all he’s worried about is some starter phosphorus and some nitrogen application.
Learn more at replenishnutreints.com.