What makes Agmin unique from its Competitors?
Cyclic Service for Clients
Agmin Chelates does not simply prescribe a program and hope for the best. We follow the farmers crop cycles and record data for use in predictive measures.
Value Added Services
Agmin Chelates has always been in a advisory position, putting the farmers best interests ahead of sales. Even if that means recommending competitors products.
Agmin Chelates provides free consulting, troubleshooting and most of all follow up, that has lead to a considerable network of contacts.
Training and Support
Training days in deficiencies, excesses and balances of micronutrients and product knowledge will be available. This could be arranged by Agmin Chelates in Geelong. Accommodation and travel covered by Agmin Chelates services for store agronomists.
Agmin field officers will assist with questions and product knowledge, from our agronomist.
Independent plant and soil nutritional recommendations are available from Agmin Chelates.
Soil analysis explained
Agmins experienced agronomists will also be available to explain the findings of plant and soil analysis to clients.
Agmin Chelates welcomes additional queries that may not be directly related to product sales.
Our Customer Service line 1800 154 433 is available for technical and product support, enquires can also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Field trials for the efficacy assessment of various companies trace element products opens the possibility for erroneous interpretation of the results and probably the most frequent cause of misuse of plant analysis.
The reason for this is that the measured critical nutrient concentration can be influenced by an interpretation between the nutrient of interest and other nutrients. Such interactions may arise as a result of one nutrient affecting either of the function of another, or its transport to functional sites. Environmental factors (water stress, temperature, nutrients such as N etc.) also may result in the intermittent appearance of symptoms of nutrient disorders which further confuse the disorders interpretations of plant analyses. This variation of results produced by the changes in environmental conditions make the applicability of field trials of micronutrients unreliable.
Agmin Chelates unique field trial methodology for nutrient status evaluation is designed to compensate for the interactions between the nutrients in interest and other nutrient concentration and the effect of superimposed environmental factors.
Analysing plant material from the sown field over a number of seasons using multiple regression analysis enables trend in nutrient concentrations to be related to the fertilizer program in use. The maintenance fertilizer program can then be modified when trends in plant nutrient concentrations indicate that fertilizer is being used inefficiently or a particular nutrient is likely to become inadequate or excessive