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What a great 1st day at the Brisbane  exhibition and symposium!! Come see us tomorrow from 9am to 4pm and meet the team!...
12/10/2019

What a great 1st day at the Brisbane exhibition and symposium!! Come see us tomorrow from 9am to 4pm and meet the team!

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Come visit us in Brisbane this weekend for the 2019 H**p, Health and Innovation Expo! Find us at booths 5 & 6 to see the...
10/10/2019

Come visit us in Brisbane this weekend for the 2019 H**p, Health and Innovation Expo! Find us at booths 5 & 6 to see the entire Nutrifield range and meet the team!

For ticket information visit hhiexpo.com.au

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03/09/2019

We recently teamed up with researchers at RMIT University to develop a pharmacokinetic model that can be used to predict how the phytochemicals in Cannabis Sativa are absorbed and cleared by the body after inhalation.

We then applied the resulting Inhalation Absorption Prediction (IAP) model to study how the level of specific compounds in the blood stream aligned with clinical data such as mood and pain relief effects.

You can read more about it in our blog post here nutrifield.com.au/research-development/medicinal-plants-cannabis-sativa/ or in the journal Pharmacognosy Communications here phcogcommn.org/content/212

Ever wonder how Nutrifields COCO stacks up when compared to the rest?Well we have some good news for you: Hydromag condu...
18/08/2019

Ever wonder how Nutrifields COCO stacks up when compared to the rest?
Well we have some good news for you: Hydromag conducted an independent test on a range of COCO substrates - and Nutrifield COCO came out on top!

Nutrifields COCO was seen to be packaged with volumes of 1.43% above the stated value, so you know you're getting your moneys worth!
Ensuring pH is within a suitable range of 5.5-6.5 is critical for hydroponics, and our COCO had an average reading of 6.04.
Our highly controlled production processes leads to sodium levels that are appropriately below 2 mmol/L, and our pre buffering with calcium lead to Nutrifield having the highest Ca:K ratio out of all brands tested!

At Nutrifield we always strive to ensure our production is consistent and of the highest standard, allowing us to produce and deliver a reliable product that won’t let you down.

Want to try out some of our COCO for yourself? Head into your nearest Nutrifield stockist Nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

You can read the original Hydromag article here issuu.com/hydromagazine/docs/hydromag-010-hydroponics-magazine

Nutrifield has recently been awarded licencing to cultivate, process and research low-THC cannabis by The Department of ...
20/07/2019

Nutrifield has recently been awarded licencing to cultivate, process and research low-THC cannabis by The Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions. We are excited to engage with academic and industry partners in cutting-edge cannabis research to provide customised, high-efficacy products to the Australian Cannabis industry.

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18/07/2019

We leave for the UK at the end of this month!

It's going to be an epic roadtrip - we will have some of our great products on hand, and want to visit as many stores as we can!

If you want one to have a chat to our reps while they are there, send us a message at [email protected]

The newly opened  showing off their great range of Nutrifield products! If you're in Canberra be sure to drop by and pic...
10/07/2019

The newly opened showing off their great range of Nutrifield products! If you're in Canberra be sure to drop by and pick up some Nutrifield.

Not in Canberra but want to get your hands on some Nutrifield products? Find your nearest stockist nutrifield.com.au/stockist/


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Nutrifield on the shelves, another great product on our shelves, we also stock the coco, coco perlite, coco chip and coco brick, perfect growing media for hydroponic gardens, ,

03/07/2019

The countdown has started, Nutrifield will soon be heading back to the UK!

You can find us at the AutoPot Summer Social in Pavillion 1. For more info, please contact [email protected]

We love the resourcefulness that’s gone into these tables, you can find them at The Pallet Cafe.To find the products tha...
28/06/2019

We love the resourcefulness that’s gone into these tables, you can find them at The Pallet Cafe.

To find the products that these pallets housed before they became furniture, check out your nearest stockist Nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

Check out this Beefsteak Tomato plant!These tomatoes are grown using Nutrifield COCO Chips Pure blend mix in Nutrifield ...
20/06/2019

Check out this Beefsteak Tomato plant!

These tomatoes are grown using Nutrifield COCO Chips Pure blend mix in Nutrifield Pro Pots. The timers on the Pro Pots have been set to water once a day with a mix of COCO A&B, Veg Ignitor, Flavor Saviour, Root Nectar and Crystallic to support the development of flavourful and juicy fruit.

For your closest stockist, head to Nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

24/05/2019

We had a great time at Sydney HHIE last weekend!

Thank you to everyone who came and showed their love for Nutrifield. We appreciate you and all of your support. Can't wait to see you at the next HHI expo! 🌿🌻🌾

Didn't make the expo but want to get some of our products? Search for your nearest stockist at nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

14/05/2019

SYDNEY! We’re coming for you!
This weekend from May 18th-19th we will be at the H**p, Health, and Innovation Expo showcasing the Nutrifield range. Come find us at booth 87-88 and say hello!

To get tickets and learn more about HHI Expo you can follow this link: hhiexpo.com.au/homepage-sydney-2019/

Can’t make it to HHI Expo but still want some Nutrifield products? Check for your nearest stockist: nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

Coconut coir, or COCO, is a common growing substrate made from the husk of coconuts – specifically the material from the...
25/02/2019

Coconut coir, or COCO, is a common growing substrate made from the husk of coconuts – specifically the material from the outer coating of the coconut seed. Nutrifield has 4 premium COCO products; COCO premium, COCO premium brick & mega brick, COCO premium perlite blend, and COCO premium chips blend.

COCO has a look and feel similar to soil with the added benefit of being very friable, so readily reabsorbs water once dried out, and it’s able to absorb up to 7X its weight in water. It’s an inert substrate, giving the grower full control over the amount of nutrients the plants are subjected to. COCO coir is a great substrate for growing as it allows for good oxygen pe*******on, and has excellent water retention while also allowing for sufficient drainage. An additional quality is that COCO substrates utilise what was once considered waste into a repurposed and reusable product, which comes from a renewable source!

There are three basic types of coir;
- COCO pith (AKA COCO peat): a grainy fibre made from desiccated coconut husk, similar in feel to soil. – The base for all our premium COCO range.
- COCO fibre: stringy bundles of COCO. – Mixed throughout all our premium COCO range.
- COCO chip: small chunks of coir, similar to woodchips. – Blended with COCO premium to make our COCO chips pureblend.

Nutrifield COCO has been awarded the coveted dutch RHP certification for unsurpassed quality. It ensures our production methods consistently produce clean and quality COCO that is pest and disease free, thoroughly washed and pre-buffered with calcium to remove sodium ions and stabilise pH, and has the lowest salt index in the industry.

If you’re itching to get your hands on some COCO, head to your nearest stockist; Nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

Nutrifields Trico Thrive contains a specialised blend of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) and Trichoderma, a ...
29/01/2019

Nutrifields Trico Thrive contains a specialised blend of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) and Trichoderma, a free-living soil fungi.

PGPR is a classification for microorganisms that live in the root zone of plants and provide them with increased nutrient availability and protection against pathogens. Trichoderma is a genus of fungi that produce enzymes that break down dead plant material for nutrient recycling.

Nutrifields Thrico Thrive contains the PGPR Bacillus spp. Bacillus grows around the plants root zone forming biofilms – a layer of tightly associated microorganisms covered by a carbon based extracellular matrix. This biofilm acts as a physical barrier to help protect the delicate plant roots. Bacillus also have the ability to convert unavailable nutrients into available forms for plant uptake, which leads to increased plant growth.

Tricho Thrive protects your plants root system while enhancing nutrient availability to facilitate enhanced growth and keep plants healthy!

Want to experience the benefits Thrico Thrive for yourself? Head to your closest stockist: nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

Mycorrhizae is the term used to describe the symbiotic relationship between the roots of a plant and specialised soil fu...
21/01/2019

Mycorrhizae is the term used to describe the symbiotic relationship between the roots of a plant and specialised soil fungi. There are 3 main types of mycorrhizal fungi, including endomycorrhizae; the endomycorrihzal fungi’s hyphae pe*****tes the plant root, rather than just associating along the root surface.

Nutrifields Myco Thrive contains a combination of 4 different species of endomycorrhizal fungi, each carefully selected to help increase the plants effective root area. The increase in total root surface area translates into many benefits for the plants including enhanced water and nutrient uptake, as well as improved quality and yield.

The endomycorrhizal fungi’s hyphae pe*****te into the plant root, while the mycelium grows out into the soil to search for immobile nutrients such as phosphorus. The fungi processes the immobile nutrients into available nutrient that is then passed on to the plant roots. In return, the plant provides the fungi with carbohydrates needed for the fungal growth. This is a symbiotic relationship, where both the plant and the microbe benefits; they each provide the other with nutrients they need to grow.

We recommend prepping soil/growing media with Myco Thrive as early as possible (before planting), and inoculating again during weeks 4-7 in flowering plants. This will ensure your plant is getting the most out of all the nutrients available in the soil, allowing for the enhanced quality and yield.

To get your hands on some Myco Thrive, head to your closest stockist: nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

You probably hear a lot about wanting to keep your hydroponic systems free of microbes, but what about beneficial microb...
14/01/2019

You probably hear a lot about wanting to keep your hydroponic systems free of microbes, but what about beneficial microbes?

Beneficial microbes generally live inside the growing substrate and can have a big effect on nutrient uptake and plant health. A healthy microbial population will develop naturally if given enough time and the right environmental stimulants (temperature, aeration, pH etc.). However, it can take months to have a noticeable effect on plants, as its dependent on the establishment of a sufficiently sized microbial population.

Nutrifield has two microbial inoculants to help speed this up, Tricho Thrive and Myco Thrive. These products introduce beneficial microbes into the substrate early on in the growing cycle, meaning the beneficial microbes establish faster and can benefit your plants sooner!

Beneficial microbes can affect your plants in a range of ways, including increased nutrient uptake, and improved yield quantity and quality.

Over the next few weeks we will be doing regular features on microbes, so keep an eye out for our Microbe Monday posts!

Want some beneficial microorganisms to make the most of your nutrients? Find your closest stockist at nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

24/12/2018
Happy holidays!

Happy Holidays everyone!

From all of us here at Nutrifield, we wish you a happy and prosperous new year.

Make sure you treat your loved ones to some Nutrifield products, you can find your nearest stockist at nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

Our latest blog post is up!“How to Construct a Nutrifield Pro Pot into a Single-Pot Recirculating Hydroponic System”One ...
20/12/2018

Our latest blog post is up!

“How to Construct a Nutrifield Pro Pot into a Single-Pot Recirculating Hydroponic System”

One of the great things about our Pro Pots is that they are extremely versatile and can be set up in multiple different ways.

The blog post details how to set up a single pot recirculating system using our Nutrifield Pro Pots, but you can link them together to make large hydroponic systems, or assemble our Pro Pots into whatever setup suits you best!

Head over to the blog at nutrifield.com.au/research-development/how-to-construct-a-nutrifield-pro-pot-into-a-single-pot-recirculating-hydroponic-system/ to check it out.

Want to set up your own Pro Pot system? Find your nearest Nutrifield stockist at nutrifield.com.au/stockist/


Here at Nutrifield we know how beneficial clay balls can be. Nutrifields Hydro Clay is produced following a strict formu...
12/12/2018

Here at Nutrifield we know how beneficial clay balls can be. Nutrifields Hydro Clay is produced following a strict formula and method, ensuring clay balls of consistent size that are free of impurities and ready to use straight out of the bag!

Nutrifield’s Hydro Clay is made from the highest-grade natural clay. The clay is heated to more than 2000°C, causing it to expand and fill with air bubbles. The result is a highly porous lightweight ball of baked clay which can be used as a growing substrate to increase drainage and aeration.

Our Hydro Clay is a versatile media that can be used:
- On its own
- By blending with other substrates
- To line pots to help with drainage
- In deep water culture
- As a top layer to reduce pests and diseases

Another great thing about our Hydro Clay is that it’s resistant to degradation and can be reused!

Experience the benefits of Hydro Clay for yourself, whether it be by using them as an accompaniment to DWC, as a substrate additive to increase drainage, or experiment and see what works best for your grow!

If you want to find some Nutrifield Hydro Clay, search for your nearest stockist at nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

06/12/2018

This coming weekend (8th – 9th Dec 2018) the Melbourne H**p, Health & Innovation expo is back! Come find us at booth #146, 147, 152 & 153.

To get tickets and learn more about HHI Expo you can follow this link: hhiexpo.com.au/about.html

Can’t make it to HHI Expo but still want some Nutrifield products? Check for your nearest stockist: nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

Head over to the Nutrifield R&D page to check out our latest blog post!The Nutrifield R&D team collaborated with Monash ...
21/11/2018

Head over to the Nutrifield R&D page to check out our latest blog post!

The Nutrifield R&D team collaborated with Monash University to publish the research paper entitled “Understanding health-related properties of bushmint (Hyptis) by pharmacokinetic modelling of intestinal absorption”, which explores the way that medicinal compounds in Bushmints (Hyptis) are absorbed by the body to have a beneficial effect.

To find out more about this collaborative project head over to the Nutrifield blog https://nutrifield.com.au/research-development/medicinal-plants-bushmint-hyptis/ or check out the published paper at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phytol.2018.05.011

To stay up to date with our research, be sure to follow us on social media and keep an eye out for updates!

Nutrifields Pro Pots are excellent for all kinds of growing media!Shown here is an example of how our Pro Pots can be us...
17/11/2018

Nutrifields Pro Pots are excellent for all kinds of growing media!

Shown here is an example of how our Pro Pots can be used for deep water culture (DWC). DWC is generally considered to be media-less, meaning it does not contain a solid substrate.
The plant roots are suspended directly in a reservoir of liquid nutrients, providing the plant with direct and constant access to water and nutrients. DWC is a relatively low maintenance growing technique, which gives gardeners greater control over nutrient supply ensuring their plants reach the maximum potential.

Although DWC is a media-less growing system, clay balls are commonly used to provide support to the plant base and roots. Our Pro Pots have mesh baskets that hold the clay balls around the base of the plant and allow roots to grow freely down into the liquid nutrients. NF Pro Pots can come with a feeder ring which provides even watering around the base of the plant and prevents roots from drying out.

Pro tip:
When growing plants in DWC it is important to aim for a water temperature between 16°C (68°F) and 20°C (60°F). Above 20°C the oxygen level in the water starts to drop and microbial growth increases; whereas water below 16°C may trigger a seasonal change in the plant.

So, whether you like to grow with coco, soil, or DWC our Pro Pots are a great choice for you.

Want to get started with a DWC setup? Head over to our friends Hyalite Hydroponics, or search for your closest Nutrifield stockist https://www.nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

Importance of P in PK heavyPhosphorous (P) is an important macronutrient needed through the life cycle of a plant, but i...
01/11/2018

Importance of P in PK heavy

Phosphorous (P) is an important macronutrient needed through the life cycle of a plant, but it is especially important when it comes to flowering and reproduction.

Phosphorus is important as;
- Like potassium (K), phosphorus acts as a catalyst to support critical biochemical reactions such as nutrient uptake, photosynthesis, and metabolism [1].
- You’ve probably hear how mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell, well that’s because it produces ATP!
The energy molecule ATP has three phosphate groups, so plants needs plenty of available phosphorous to create ATP for metabolism, respiration, and photosynthesis. ATP is also need for the development of terpenoids [2, 3], making phosphorous an essential macronutrient for flavour and aromatic production.
- Phosphorus is also a major component of your plants genome! Phosphorous is one of the three main compounds which make up plant DNA and RNA.
Healthy plants rely on good genetics to be able to transmit all the necessary information to make strong progeny and retain genomic integrity through multiple generations, making phosphorus especially important during flowering stages.

To help give your plant all the phosphorous it needs to flourish, be sure to use Nutrifields PK heavy!

Next month our featured premium additive will be all about beneficial microorganisms, so be on the lookout for our Microbe Monday posts.

To get yourself some PK heavy, head to your closest stockist https://www.nutrifield.com.au/stockist/



1. Vance, C. P., Uhde‐Stone, C. and Allan, D. L. (2003), “Phosphorus acquisition and use: critical adaptations by plants for securing a nonrenewable resource.” New Phytologist 157: 423-447. doi:10.1046/j.1469-8137.2003.00695.x
2. Gunnewich, N. (2008) “Expression and characterization of terpene synthases from Cannabis sativa L. and Salvia sclarea L.”. Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultat I Biowissenschaften, Martin-Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg. Accessed on 24/10/18 at https://d-nb.info/102487348X/34
3. Booth, J. K., Page, J. E., & Bohlmann, J. (2017). Terpene synthases from Cannabis sativa. PloS one, 12(3), e0173911. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0173911

The importance of K in PK heavyPotassium (K) is one of the three essential macronutrients, along with nitrogen (N) and p...
25/10/2018

The importance of K in PK heavy

Potassium (K) is one of the three essential macronutrients, along with nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) needed for healthy plant growth. Plants need an extra boost in potassium during flowering stages because potassium is needed to metabolise sugars, and to form salts needed for pollen germination and development [1]. Additional potassium helps regulate the plant metabolism and leads to increased yields and improved flower quality [1].

Potassium plays multiple roles in supporting plant growth:
- Increases nutrient transport and photosynthesis [1].
- Acts as a catalyst to regulate more than 60 enzymatic activities involved in plant growth [2].
- Helps to facilitate the movement of sugars and nutrients.
- Regulates the opening and closing of stomata [1] by causing special cells known as guard cells to swell and open the stomata, which allows gases such as CO2 and O2 to move between the plant and the air.

If you want to get the most out of your flower stages, be sure to use Nutrifields PK heavy!

Keep an eye out next week for our final PK heavy post about phosphorous’ role in plant growth.

To get yourself some PK heavy, head to your closest stockist https://www.nutrifield.com.au/stockist/



1. Hasanuzzaman, M., et al. (2018) “Potassium: A Vital Regulator of Plant Responses and Tolerance to Abiotic Stresses.” Agronomy 8: 31.
2. Hawkesford, M., et al. (2012).” Function of macronutrients.” In Marschner’s Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants; Marschner, P., Ed.; Academic Press: London, UK: 135–189.

Nutrifields R&D blog is up and running; go check it out!In our first blog we’ve got 5 expert tips for beginner hydro gro...
19/10/2018

Nutrifields R&D blog is up and running; go check it out!

In our first blog we’ve got 5 expert tips for beginner hydro growers.
Written by our passionate scientists, the Nutrifield R&D blog will be a hub for all things hydro:
- Stay up to date with new research and exciting trends
- Helpful hints and tips
- Step-by-step instructionals
- Troubleshooting
- FAQs
- And so much more

Our R&D page will be a source of valuable information for both beginner and experienced growers.
You can find our R&D page here: https://nutrifield.com.au/research-development/

Be sure to have a look around our website to learn a bit more about us.

Do you have any questions or topics that you would like us to answer in future posts? Send us a message us on our website chat or email us at [email protected]

If you haven’t already, be sure to follow Nutrifield on Facebook and Instagram () to stay up do date on future R&D blog posts.

Why do you need PK heavy during flowering?Over the coming few weeks we are featuring PK heavy as our premium synthetic a...
15/10/2018

Why do you need PK heavy during flowering?
Over the coming few weeks we are featuring PK heavy as our premium synthetic additive which supports plants during flowering and increases your total yield!
When flowering begins, plants utilise lots of Phosphorous to accelerate and enhance floral development. They also need increased Potassium levels for regulation of water and nutrient transport, to increase photosynthesis, and encourage optimal sugar production to promote robust flowering. PK heavy also has added Zinc to help synthesis hormones needed for this reproductive stage in the plants life. Flowering and reproduction is an energy intensive time for plants as they develop lots of new and complex structures.
During this stage plants need an increased supply of P and K, which is why we recommend PK heavy! PK heavy supplies plants with all the extra P and K it needs to form massive, dense flowers and abundant yield.
When transitioning into flower, be sure to use PK heavy to help your plants produce luscious high yielding flowers!
Keep an eye out for our post next weekend about how the Potassium (K) in PK heavy benefits plant growth.

To get yourself some PK heavy, head to your closest stockist https://www.nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

You’ve probably heard of chelators before, but do you know what they do? Nutrifield’s Cargo Boost contains chelators to ...
22/09/2018

You’ve probably heard of chelators before, but do you know what they do? Nutrifield’s Cargo Boost contains chelators to make sure your plants receive the nutrients they need!

Chelators are molecules that enclose around certain micronutrients to increase their solubility and make them more readily available for absorption by plant roots. Some essential micronutrients such as iron, manganese, zinc and copper can react with other ions to form insoluble crystal precipitates, a phenomena commonly referred to as ‘nutrient lock-out’. Cargoboost contains a unique blend of chelators specifically designed to surround the micronutrient to form a temporary coating, preventing the development of insoluble substances. The improved micronutrient solubility aids in plant root uptake, resulting in higher quality growth results. Nutrifield’s Cargo Boost is a premium additive which can be used during all stages of plant growth to maximise results!

Find your nearest Nutrifield stockist https://www.nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

This beautiful Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is a great species for us to investigate how our products affect flowering, stru...
10/09/2018

This beautiful Basil (Ocimum basilicum) is a great species for us to investigate how our products affect flowering, structure, and flavour. Potassium is one of the essential plant macronutrients required during flowering, and Nutrifields signature flowering enhancer Bud Burst provides the potassium boost needed to support maximal flower production. The increased potassium content aids in the transport and storage of sugars, increases chlorophyll levels to promote photosynthesis, raises essential oil content, and supports larger flower production and increased yield. Bud Burst’s potassium is sourced from Ascophyllum nodosum (Kelp), contains more than 60 minerals, and has chelators to help with nutrient uptake. All of these ingredients work together to promote flower node production and increase flower size. Bud Burst also provides relief to stressed plants and increases cold/frost tolerance to help keep your plants happy through all the seasons.

Want to try out our Bud Burst for yourself? Head to your closest stockist https://www.nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

Our research and development (R&D) team grew these Venus Fly Trap (Dionaea muscipula) plants using plant tissue culture ...
06/09/2018

Our research and development (R&D) team grew these Venus Fly Trap (Dionaea muscipula) plants using plant tissue culture techniques to investigate the outcomes caused by various culture media, hormones, and sterilisation techniques.
Plant tissue culture is an in vitro propagation method. It is used in large scale horticultural production and forms the basis for modern highly-accurate plant genetic modification. The method involves taking small portions of plant tissue (known as explants) and placing them into a sterile culture to form undifferentiated ‘scar tissue’ known as callus. Through maintaining the explants in an aseptic environment and supplying it with the required nutrients and stimulants (e.g. hormones) the callus may develop roots and shoots to form into new whole plants. The Nutrifield® R&D team uses plant tissue culture to investigate specific plant biochemistry, and development of plants, which helps us to develop new and better products.

Looking for your nearest Nutrifield® stockist? https://www.nutrifield.com.au/stockist/

Nutrifield is jet-setting to Germany to be a part of the Mary Jane cultural festival in Berlin! We will be joining natio...
08/06/2018

Nutrifield is jet-setting to Germany to be a part of the Mary Jane cultural festival in Berlin! We will be joining national and international experts to share our knowledge about the green power plant.
Talk to us today: http://bit.ly/AboutNutrifield

Our R&D team has recently completed a short course in plant tissue culture. The technique will allow us to propagate pla...
08/12/2017

Our R&D team has recently completed a short course in plant tissue culture. The technique will allow us to propagate plants for our experiments under very specific, controlled conditions, and explore particular aspects of plant biochemistry, which we previously could not do. We are excited about the doors this will open for our experimental design. We developed micropropagation protocols for Garlic (Allium sativum), Venus fly trap (Dionaea muscipula), and Yellow giant hyssop (Agastache nepetoides), to look at the effects of various sterilisation techniques and culture media.

03/12/2017

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Want to learn about Hydroponics? Come and visit us at the H**p health and innovation show in Melbourne!!
02/12/2017

Want to learn about Hydroponics? Come and visit us at the H**p health and innovation show in Melbourne!!

The aqua garden is a modified aquaponic ebb and flow system that uses Nutrifield Hydroclay as the growing media. The nut...
29/11/2017

The aqua garden is a modified aquaponic ebb and flow system that uses Nutrifield Hydroclay as the growing media. The nutrients comes from the fish waste and the microorganisms that grow in the clay balls, and in turn the clay balls act as a filter for the fish tank. We have this set-up in our office break room, since approximately 2 months and has really brightened up the space. This gardening approach is optimal for plants that like moist conditions without being water logged. We chose indoor ornamentals eg. Anthorium, Epipremnum, Doodia fern, and Calathea, however this system is also well suited for edible plants such as herbs and leafy vegetables.

Come check us out at the Melbourne H**p expo in December (2nd & 3rd). We have started getting our plants ready, to showc...
15/11/2017

Come check us out at the Melbourne H**p expo in December (2nd & 3rd). We have started getting our plants ready, to showcase our awesome growing systems. Our passionate research team will be manning the stall all weekend if you have any technical questions, they’re a wealth of knowledge and would love to help you out.

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Excellent for unrestricted and uniform root growth, providing an effective way to control nutrient and water delivery. Nutrifield
Excellent for unrestricted and uniform root growth, providing an effective way to control nutrient and water delivery. Nutrifield
These Thai Pink Egg cherry tomato seedlings are pushing ahead and nearly ready to be transplanted. Half will be grown in our Biodynamic soil mix and half will be grown hydroponically in Nutrifield 15L smart pots using CANNA Australasia nutrients. We’ll keep track of their progress to see how different methods perform.
In the background we have zucchini, watermelon 🍉, pumpkin, thai basil & eggplant 🍆 😂
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