create an account   or   log in
Total Grower Services logo

1800 229 994

Wheat Agronomy

Before recommendations regarding your wheat crop can be made Total Grower Services agronomists will visit your farm and take soil samples. These are then sent to our laboratory where crop specific tests are carried out. From the lab results our agronomists then make fertiliser, nutrient, and soil biology recommendations specific to each of your tested blocks.

We recommend the use of Petrik Soil Technology products and in-ground composting in wheat crops. In-ground composting is the application of the fertilizer or biology over manure or cover crops just prior to light incorporation. Where manure sources are available this is our preferred method of application.

The mainstay of in-ground composting are the products Headstart, Evergreen and Green Manure Plus.

  • Headstart is a biological combination that supports germination and root development.
  • Evergreen is a spectrum of microbes which kick starts the humus creation process and by doing so increases nitrogen availability and releases phosphorus from the soils reserves.
  • Green Manure Plus assists in increasing nutrient exchange and nitrogen and oxygen permeability.

Setbest foliar sprays were first used in a one off trial in a 2009 wheat crop. The significant yield increase from its use has lead to its more widespread use in wheat and other broadacre crops.

TGS Agronomy Locations

North Queensland
Tully, Innisfail, Atherton Tablelands, Mareeba, Bowen, Home Hill, Townsville, Cairns

South East Queensland
Gatton, Stanthorpe, Warwick, Laidley, Boonah, Beaudesert, Kingaroy, Bundaberg, Burnett

New South Wales
Tenterfield, Bonshaw, Casino, Armidale, Glen Innes, Walcha, Guyra, Bundarra, Ebor, Coffs Harbour, Woolgoolga, Corindi

Victoria
Shepparton, Euroa, Seymour, Tooradan, Koo Wee Rup, Melbourne, Yea, Walkerville, Fish Creek, Meeniyan, Sale
2013 Quirindi Bread Wheat Trophy
Total Grower Services fertiliser program helps Parraweena Pastoral Company win the 2013 Quirindi Shire Bread Wheat trophy using less fertiliser than their rivals.
Read more...