SuperSorb Middle East

Posted on 20 September 2011

AustraBlend SuperSorb is under extensive trialing in the Middle East, trials aimed to prove our claims of enabling plant materials to be grown using approximately 50% of normal water requirements!

Trial successfully concluded State of Qatar, ongong with Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority, concluding  end October, indications confirm our claims.

Looking to break into Saudi Arabia very soon

FOOD SECURITY - WATER CONSERVATION...............AustraBlend SuperSorb!!!!!!!!!!!


Sales of SuperSorb

Posted on 20 September 2011

We are very pleased to advise our first MAJOR commercial sale, quantities in excess 130 tonnes to strawberry growers in the Caboolture region of SE Qld!

Here we blended SuperSorb with Dolomite allowing growers a nutrient profile as good as is possible to create for the sandy environment chosen for amelioration.

Looking forward to hearing from other users - Spring is here, buy some SuperSorb!

Mike Farrar


Where are you?

Posted on 5 July 2011

I've asked the question before! - where are the buyers for AustraBlendSuperSorb, the revolutionary formulation to increase water holding capacity of sandy and depleted soils?

Strawberry growers in Brisbane are buying SuperSorb and laughing all the way to the bank! - when is the penny going to drop?

Don't miss out!, performance trial photo's to follow!


Stocktake 2011

Posted on 27 June 2011

Stocktake this week...I can't believe that it's that time of year again! Don't worry, you can still place your orders with us but we won't be sending out orders again until Monday 4th July 2011. Thanks for your patience! :D


Sandy Soil/Water Conservation

Posted on 20 June 2011

This BLOG is for any reader in Australia or Middle Eastern countries struggling with unproductive SANDY SOILS and concerned for FOOD SECURITY and WATER CONSERVATION.

SuperSorb is under ongoing trial in the UAE and Qatar and is attracting great interest from the governments and industry of these two countries - Trials using water at 50% of normal application rates are producing increases to water holding capacity (WHC) of approxximately 70% and increases to trialled fodder grass production of up to 40%.

Follow AustraHort and our developments on facebook for information pertaining to the above.


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