What if you could have your own, fresh Biological Fertilisers produced on your farm? SONIC Natural Farming offers the busy regenerative farmer a unique service for producing Liquid Bio-Fertilisers, and here are 5 ways it can benefit you:
1. Reduce Product Costs
To buy real ‘living’ liquid Biological Fertilisers is not cheap. And not many outlets stock it because it does not have a long use by date like other fertilisers. On a large production scale, SONIC On Farm Brewing Systems can reduce fertiliser costs substantially, even with SONIC managing the operation.
2. Eliminate Product Delivery Costs
With Liquid Biological Minerals made on farm, farmers get to save the money normally spent on often expensive product delivery costs. Plus, it also enables them to minimise the carbon footprint from product transportation.
3. A Garanteed Fresh Fertiliser Supply
SONIC Systems cater to individual farming needs, so that fresh Bio-Fertilisers are ready to use at the exact time it is needed. With scheduled batches storage is minimised, and risk of product deterioration is reduced. Why is ‘fresh’ important?
4. Minimise Single-Use Plastic Packaging
SONIC On Farm Brewing Services include the barrels and storage containers are kept clean and able to be re-used over and over again. This enables a drastic reduction in heavy plastic containers ending up in landfill.
5. Support The Natural Environment
Environmental impacts from the use of chemical fertilisers affect the health of the soil and our waterways, while heavy emissions of nitrous oxide from manufacturing plants pollute our atmosphere. SONIC On Site Production Systems are sustainable, producing no pollution, and the products are made with 100% natural, Australian ingredients.
Having a SONIC System helps farmers work alongside nature, improving the quality of soil, and the nutrient density of their produce, without harming the natural environmental.
At the end of the day, farming is all about producing food. Blog author Sonja Kallio writes about supporting farmers and growers to adopt a regenerative approach with growing, to increase the nutrient density of food for a healthy population and a healthy planet.