NUTRI-CHECK is an umbrella term in relation to purchasing, production, quality assurance and nutrition agronomy to help us achieve our financial and sustainability objectives.


Learn more about our processes to produce the highest quality blended compounds.


We purchase raw materials from suppliers with whom we have had long-term partnerships and who uphold internationally-recognised sustainability standards and practices

We are proactively engaged with suppliers in relation to de-carbonised raw materials including initiatives such as ‘green ammonia’ and nutrient sources from the circular economy

Our fertiliser businesses are actively working with bag suppliers to trial the strength and protection of fertiliser bags containing at least 30% recycled material and will adopt as available

We annually review and measure suppliers’ sustainability scores and raw material carbon footprint


We continue to focus on Scope 1 and scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions, and will expand to cover on site waste, recycling, disposal and water emissions

We will implement electric-powered site vehicles when commercially viable

Our continuous investment in inhibitor and additive production equipment will deliver new fertiliser technologies that increase nutrient efficiencies.

Our 4 strategically located sites gives us national coverage from local facilities. Using local hauliers to deliver from local plants minimises our road miles, reducing the carbon footprint of our distribution


Annual rigorous NUTRI-CHECK assessments quantify:

  • Raw material compatibility
  • Theoretical spatial distribution of granules and nutrients
  • Granule size distribution
  • Bulk density
  • Crush strength

Our batch level NUTRI-CHECK model provides important indicators on blend evenness and accuracy of spread to ensure optimum nutrient distribution


We produce and sell sustainable products through our Enhanced Efficiency Fertilisers (EEF) range

Our team of Nutrition Agronomists educate and advise customers on soil and crop nutrition, including:

  • Integrated nutrient management planning
  • Interpreting soil, leaf, slurry analyses
  • Improving soil fertility and health
  • Minimising the risk of nutrient losses to air and water