Sustainable Agriculture

Your partner in Sustainable Agriculture

In the last century, agriculture has changed dramatically; food productivity soared due to new clones, technologies, mechanization, increased chemical use, specialization and government policies that favoured maximizing production for the global population.

Latest clones and varieties, bred for high yield performance require and remove more nutrients from the soil. When plants grow in large colonies of a single species such as oil palm or rubber, they rely on large amounts of similar nutrients to sustain economically viable yields.

This causes acute soil deficiencies in both major and secondary nutrients and trace elements, thus weakening the crops and they become vulnerable to pathogen, insects and numerous crop diseases.

Common NPK fertilizers provide highly demanded primary nutrients which are vital but plants needs a wider range of other essential micronutrients and trace elements without which, plants will not perform to their optimum.

For sustainability in agriculture, the soil is viewed as a fragile living medium that must be protected and nurtured to ensure its long-term productivity, stability and the enhancement of the soil microbial life.

Depleting from the soil without replenishing the required nutrients means the destruction of the natural cycle.