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Background Information

Employment History

Latest News

Chief Executive Officer

NTS

Affiliations

Founder
Radiance

Co-Founder
Qld Company , Nutri-Tech Solutions

Co-Founder
Australian company Nutri-Tech Solutions

Co-Founder
Queensland Company

Co-Founder
Nutri-Tech Solutions Pty Ltd

Chairman of the Committee
Biological Farmers Association

Education

Education Section

Web References (188 Total References)


Graeme Sait, NTS ...

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Graeme Sait, NTS CEO

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NTS CEO, Graeme Sait, is a sought-after presenter and author/educator who travels extensively spreading the word. In the last 12 months he has met with Ministers and Secretaries of Agriculture in several of the 30 countries he has visited. He has educated and inspired thousands, including leading scientists, celebrities, consultants and concerned philanthropists. Most importantly, however, he has equipped farmers around the globe with the tools they need to move toward a more profitable and sustainable future.


Their CEO, Graeme Sait, was ...

www.holisticsoilmanagement.com.au [cached]

Their CEO, Graeme Sait, was asked some key questions by growers considering moving towards biological farming, here is his reply.

Grower: Sales people come down my drive every week peddling their magic brews or foliar sprays that are supposed to "solve all of my problems". What makes NTS any different?
Graeme: Well, we make it very clear that there are no magic bullets. We are dealing with a complex, interrelated system which must be managed from a holistic perspective.
...
Graeme: That's what's been sold to you, but it's not how it is.
...
Graeme: The first step is to realise that your soil should be jampacked with trillions of beneficial microorganisms which protect your crop from disease, supply free nitrogen from the atmosphere and deliver the nutrients from the soil to the plant. Unfortunately, most soils no longer contain the full component of this invisible workforce because they've been killed by farm chemicals and acid fertilisers.
Grower: How do we get them back? Most of these microbe products I hear about cost an arm and a leg!
Graeme: The key is to brew them yourself. It's the cheapest and most productive fertiliser you will ever use. For less than $10 per hectare you can introduce 50 litres per hectare of liquid microbes containing billions of these organisms in every teaspoon.
Grower: And that's all I have to do?
Graeme: No, but it's a good start.
...
Graeme: You don't have to drop your DAP. You simply need to buffer it to neutralise its burning power.
Grower: How do I do that?
Graeme: You add 410kg/ha of our soluble humate granules to your DAP or MAP.
...
Graeme: No, we call it the 'Fusion' approach. It's about taking the best from both worlds. After working with us for a couple of seasons you often realise that you can become organically certified, but that's up to you it's an economic decision.
Grower: What other things can I do to become more sustainable and drop some of these chemicals.
Graeme: To reduce your reliance on chemicals you need to get the mineral balance in your soil right.
...
Graeme: You need good advice. Invest in a soil test with a Soil Therapy™ report from NTS.
...
Graeme: Add some humate granules to your fertiliser, add a little fulvic acid to your herbicides to stop them killing as many organisms.


Their CEO, Graeme Sait, was ...

www.holisticsoilmanagement.com.au [cached]

Their CEO, Graeme Sait, was asked some key questions by growers considering moving towards biological farming, here is his reply.

Grower: Sales people come down my drive every week peddling their magic brews or foliar sprays that are supposed to "solve all of my problems". What makes NTS any different?
Graeme: Well, we make it very clear that there are no magic bullets. We are dealing with a complex, interrelated system which must be managed from a holistic perspective.
...
Graeme: That's what's been sold to you, but it's not how it is.
...
Graeme: The first step is to realise that your soil should be jampacked with trillions of beneficial microorganisms which protect your crop from disease, supply free nitrogen from the atmosphere and deliver the nutrients from the soil to the plant. Unfortunately, most soils no longer contain the full component of this invisible workforce because they've been killed by farm chemicals and acid fertilisers.
Grower: How do we get them back? Most of these microbe products I hear about cost an arm and a leg!
Graeme: The key is to brew them yourself. It's the cheapest and most productive fertiliser you will ever use. For less than $10 per hectare you can introduce 50 litres per hectare of liquid microbes containing billions of these organisms in every teaspoon.
Grower: And that's all I have to do?
Graeme: No, but it's a good start.
...
Graeme: You don't have to drop your DAP. You simply need to buffer it to neutralise its burning power.
Grower: How do I do that?
Graeme: You add 410kg/ha of our soluble humate granules to your DAP or MAP.
...
Graeme: No, we call it the 'Fusion' approach. It's about taking the best from both worlds. After working with us for a couple of seasons you often realise that you can become organically certified, but that's up to you it's an economic decision.
Grower: What other things can I do to become more sustainable and drop some of these chemicals.
Graeme: To reduce your reliance on chemicals you need to get the mineral balance in your soil right.
...
Graeme: You need good advice. Invest in a soil test with a Soil Therapy™ report from NTS.
...
Graeme: Add some humate granules to your fertiliser, add a little fulvic acid to your herbicides to stop them killing as many organisms.


Their CEO, Graeme Sait, was ...

www.holisticsoilmanagement.com.au [cached]

Their CEO, Graeme Sait, was asked some key questions by growers considering moving towards biological farming, here is his reply.

Grower: Sales people come down my drive every week peddling their magic brews or foliar sprays that are supposed to "solve all of my problems". What makes NTS any different?
Graeme: Well, we make it very clear that there are no magic bullets. We are dealing with a complex, interrelated system which must be managed from a holistic perspective.
...
Graeme: That's what's been sold to you, but it's not how it is.
...
Graeme: The first step is to realise that your soil should be jampacked with trillions of beneficial microorganisms which protect your crop from disease, supply free nitrogen from the atmosphere and deliver the nutrients from the soil to the plant. Unfortunately, most soils no longer contain the full component of this invisible workforce because they've been killed by farm chemicals and acid fertilisers.
Grower: How do we get them back? Most of these microbe products I hear about cost an arm and a leg!
Graeme: The key is to brew them yourself. It's the cheapest and most productive fertiliser you will ever use. For less than $10 per hectare you can introduce 50 litres per hectare of liquid microbes containing billions of these organisms in every teaspoon.
Grower: And that's all I have to do?
Graeme: No, but it's a good start.
...
Graeme: You don't have to drop your DAP. You simply need to buffer it to neutralise its burning power.
Grower: How do I do that?
Graeme: You add 410kg/ha of our soluble humate granules to your DAP or MAP.
...
Graeme: No, we call it the 'Fusion' approach. It's about taking the best from both worlds. After working with us for a couple of seasons you often realise that you can become organically certified, but that's up to you it's an economic decision.
Grower: What other things can I do to become more sustainable and drop some of these chemicals.
Graeme: To reduce your reliance on chemicals you need to get the mineral balance in your soil right.
...
Graeme: You need good advice. Invest in a soil test with a Soil Therapy™ report from NTS.
...
Graeme: Add some humate granules to your fertiliser, add a little fulvic acid to your herbicides to stop them killing as many organisms.


Their CEO, Graeme Sait, was ...

www.holisticsoilmanagement.com.au [cached]

Their CEO, Graeme Sait, was asked some key questions by growers considering moving towards biological farming, here is his reply.

Grower: Sales people come down my drive every week peddling their magic brews or foliar sprays that are supposed to "solve all of my problems". What makes NTS any different?
Graeme: Well, we make it very clear that there are no magic bullets. We are dealing with a complex, interrelated system which must be managed from a holistic perspective.
...
Graeme: That's what's been sold to you, but it's not how it is.
...
Graeme: The first step is to realise that your soil should be jampacked with trillions of beneficial microorganisms which protect your crop from disease, supply free nitrogen from the atmosphere and deliver the nutrients from the soil to the plant. Unfortunately, most soils no longer contain the full component of this invisible workforce because they've been killed by farm chemicals and acid fertilisers.
Grower: How do we get them back? Most of these microbe products I hear about cost an arm and a leg!
Graeme: The key is to brew them yourself. It's the cheapest and most productive fertiliser you will ever use. For less than $10 per hectare you can introduce 50 litres per hectare of liquid microbes containing billions of these organisms in every teaspoon.
Grower: And that's all I have to do?
Graeme: No, but it's a good start.
...
Graeme: You don't have to drop your DAP. You simply need to buffer it to neutralise its burning power.
Grower: How do I do that?
Graeme: You add 410kg/ha of our soluble humate granules to your DAP or MAP.
...
Graeme: No, we call it the 'Fusion' approach. It's about taking the best from both worlds. After working with us for a couple of seasons you often realise that you can become organically certified, but that's up to you it's an economic decision.
Grower: What other things can I do to become more sustainable and drop some of these chemicals.
Graeme: To reduce your reliance on chemicals you need to get the mineral balance in your soil right.
...
Graeme: You need good advice. Invest in a soil test with a Soil Therapy™ report from NTS.
...
Graeme: Add some humate granules to your fertiliser, add a little fulvic acid to your herbicides to stop them killing as many organisms.

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