Planting is Your Biggest Investment - Protect It!
Giving your crop the strongest start possible should be at the forefront of every farmer’s mind. Plantstarter is specially formulated to kickstart your crop, increasing strike rates and promoting root growth. Most importantly Plantstarter is ready no matter what the weather throws at you, cold wet ground? No problem! That’s the beauty of LiquaForce fertilisers.
Planted In Cold Wet Weather with Plantstarter:
Tully – 2020 Season
14 Days After Planting
5 Weeks After Planting
8 Weeks After Planting
Cutting Edge Chemistry
Cutting Edge Results
We use a combination of enhanced efficiency fertiliser with organic carbon to boost NUE, which means PlantStarter21 delivers faster plant application and a safer application process to protect your planting investment.
The unique mix of nitrogen, phosphorous, zinc and growth hormones – both , synthetic and organic, – are the key to the success of PlantStarter. It is these nutrients at this critical early stage of germination that provide just the right conditions for growth, delivering potentially a 98% faster strike rate and 52% greater shoot length, compared to traditional granular fertilisers.
Plantstarter has been independently proven in research conducted by the University of Southern Queensland to reduce nitrogen leaching by 24%, and achieve up to 98% faster strike rate and 52% greater shoot length compared to granular fertiliser.
This is supported by our farmers who have compared traditional granular fertilizer with Plant Starter reporting the latter speeds germination and root growth, helping the plant grow at a faster rate.
12 Days After Planting
Delivered to your storage tank, no farmer required!
No storage shed, no bag lifter, no empty bags; No hassle.
Read more here: Delivery & Storage
We’ve got contractors in every region. If you’re looking for someone to take care of your planting, look here: Contractors
Not a problem, you can plant in wet/cold weather with Plantstarter and rest assured your investment is protected. Read more here: Wet Weather