Sustainable Fertiliser

Why should we use renewables?

  • Reduce your Carbon Footprint by using Sustainable, Environmentally Friendly Renewable Products
  • Look after the welfare of your soil
  • Extremely cost effective, reliable source of Zinc, Manganese, Copper, phosphate, sulphur potash, calcium, and trace elements 
  • Consistent in its nutrient content and physical characteristics
  • Regular analysis confirms consistency of nutrients
  • Can be used on arable and grassland
  • ​We follow all security regulations

  • We have full traceability of raw materials from source to bag

  • We train our staff on the importance of fertiliser security

We are now able to offer ZM-Grow™ Coated Fertiliser - Take care of your Carbon Footprint

  • Reduce your Carbon Footprint and add vital micro-nutrients to your fertiliser by getting it coated with sustainable ZM-Grow

  • This is a cost effective way of easily applying micro-nutrients precisely to your crop exactly when they are needed

  • The Worlds Most Ecological Zinc, Manganese and 100% Sulphur Based Product

  • Extensive Trial Data available See More...

  • Helps the welfare of your soil

Using unique technology developed by Tracegrow in Finland, Manganese and Zinc  are extracted from used alkaline batteries and processed into premium-standard Sulphate basedliquid foliar fertiliser.

Tracegrows ZM-Grow fulfils all requirements of EC legislation concerning fertilisers and is approved for use as an organic fertiliser under EU regulations.

Not only is ZM-Grow proven highly effective but it is also the world's most ecological Zinc, Manganese and Sulphur based fertiliser product in which the key micronutrients nutrients are recycled.

To ensure quality, purity and consistency every batch is monitored and overseen by 100% external independent quality control certified laboratories. ZM-Grow™ has been certified for organic use in the UK by OF&G (Organic Farms and Growers) Registration No: UKE 1295.  To find out more click here...

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