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Mr. Graeme Sait

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Chief Executive Officer

Phone: +61 *********
Email: g***@***.au
Nutri-Tech Solutions Pty Ltd
7 Harvest Rd
Yandina, Queensland 4561
Australia

Company Description: Nutri-Tech Solutions Pty Ltd was established in June, 1994, with the goal of improving nutrition from the soil up. Since that time, NTS has pioneered a range of...   more
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  • Chief Executive Officer
    NTS

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Sustainable Farming News & Biological Agriculture Information. » Biological Agriculture
www.nutri-tech.com.au, 9 July 2013 [cached]
Graeme Sait at TEDx - Humus Saves The World
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Graeme Sait, CEO of leading biological company, Nutri­-Tech Solutions (NTS), recently returned from New Zealand where he has been consulting with growers and the key industry body, Zespri, to expand the resistance effort. (more...)
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Biological Agriculture Comes of Age - An Interview with Graeme Sait Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Biological agriculture has often been seen as a middle ground between chemical agriculture and certified organics but it is rapidly proving to be a force within itself. In the following interview Acres Australia talks with Graeme Sait, the author and educator who co-founded Nutri-Tech Solutions (NTS), a recognised world leader in the biological approach. Graeme has just returned from a world seminar tour, which included the US, South Africa and the island of Mauritius. (more...)
Sustainable Farming News & Biological Agriculture Information.
www.nutri-tech.com.au, 22 May 2013 [cached]
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Mr Sait describes the situation; “He was immediately intent upon change when he realized the potential of influencing the future of his company and his country. He called together all of their growers and announced that they would complete the NTS course and pass the associated exams or they would no longer be Woolworth’s growers.
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Graeme Sait describes his recent return to South Africa for a nationwide seminar series; “It was wonderful to check out Woolworth’s stores throughout the country.
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Graeme Sait is the CEO of Nutri-Tech Solutions (NTS), an Australian company that specialises in a hard science-based, problem solving approach called ‘Nutrition Farming®’. He has recently returned from a consulting visit to Mauritius and he was alarmed at what he found there, “I found some of the worst quality foods I have ever seen in the supermarkets. Growers march their fields equipped with motorised back pack sprayers filled with concoctions of toxic chemicals in an attempt to manage their ever increasing pest problems. The day I arrived the newspaper carried the bad news story that Mauritians now have one of the highest cancer rates per head of population in the worldâ€.
Graeme Sait presented to key Government representatives for half a day before providing an intensive one day course for the Government agronomists. He comments; “The agronomists were really hungry for viable solutions. They were all aware that the current approach had failed and were keen to embrace changeâ€.
NTS promotes a mineral and microbe balancing approach that addresses root causes of crop problems. They have a team of agronomists analysing soil and leaf tests from over 40 countries and they have developed many innovative problem solvers amongst their large product range. Mr Sait expands upon the outcomes of his visit to Mauritius; “I visited a variety of growers, gave hard hitting TV and newspaper interviews and generally tried to spark change. On the last day of my visit we visited the Prime Minister’s office for an in-depth discussion. At this point it seems likely that the Government will sponsor our four day in Mauritius (Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture course) in 2013, so more positive change will come from thatâ€.
Food quality, nutrient density and the inherent medicinal quality of food is directly linked to the way that food is grown. High rates of synthetic fertiliser and farm chemicals deliver substandard food, and human health suffers as a result. Graeme explains; “It really is a double whammy.
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52% of the NZ industry has now been affected and all efforts to halt the virulent disease have proved unsuccessful at this point. Graeme Sait, CEO of leading biological company, Nutri­-Tech Solutions (NTS), recently returned from New Zealand where he has been consulting with growers and the key industry body, Zespri, to expand the resistance effort.
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Graeme Sait explains; "There is always a reason why a plant succumbs to a disease and it is not about a deficiency of a fungicide!
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Graeme clarifies; "Excess nitrates are a calling card for disease and you often need to change fertilising practices while ensuring that key minerals like molybdenum are present for protein production. This particular trace mineral was not previously measured in the Kiwifruit industry".
There were also suggestions relating to the cell-strengthening importance of silica and calcium. Mr Sait explains; "A strong cell wall is the barrier that reduces the spread of disease.
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Graeme explains; "Aspirin was originally copied from naturally occurring, plant-based salicylic acid and it appears that this substance is linked to immunity. Commercial preparations are available but it is even possible to trigger a substantial immune response with 100 aspirins in 400 litres of water per hectare".
Graeme recently submitted a 6,000-word document entitled "Integrated Disease Management in Kiwifruit" for the consideration of the industry and he is hopeful that NTS can prove of assistance to our New Zealand neighbours.
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In the following interview Acres Australia talks with Graeme Sait, the author and educator who co-founded Nutri-Tech Solutions (NTS), a recognised world leader in the biological approach. Graeme has just returned from a world seminar tour, which included the US, South Africa and the island of Mauritius.
Acres Australia (A A): I understand that you have some exciting news to share about the global advance of biological agriculture but I wondered if we might begin by clarifying the difference between conventional organics and biological agriculture?
Graeme: Well, I guess the biological approach is more pragmatic and goal specific. Conventional organics involves a great list of things you are not allowed to do but there is barely a sentence about what growers should be doing to produce nutrient-dense food with forgotten flavours and enhanced medicinal qualities. The biological approach is very specific about how to produce more nutritious food with less chemical intervention and there is a strong emphasis upon boosting profitability in the process.
A A: Are you suggesting that there is no sacrifice involved in becoming more sustainable?
Graeme: Most definitely not.
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Graeme: Yes, I have delivered many four day and one day courses in that country for many years.
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Graeme: It was fascinating to visit some Woolworth’s stores to witness their progress.
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Graeme: I am surprised that our supermarkets have not seen the obvious potential.
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Graeme: I traveled to all corners of the country and there were large, enthusiastic crowds everywhere.
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Graeme: It is my belief that the South African farmers that have remained in their country are some of the toughest and bravest souls on the planet.
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Graeme: It is across the board.
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Graeme: Everything is tightly monitored with leaf tests and in-field monitoring.
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Graeme: Mauritius is a beautiful, cane clad, volcanic island with a population of 1.4 million, positioned about 1000 km off the coast of Africa.
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Graeme: I was hosted by a wonderfully proactive Ag scientist named Guillaume Maurel who is intent upon exacting meaningful change in his homeland.
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Graeme: Unfortunately, this was not the case. We had tested a number of soils around the island prior to my arrival.
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Graeme: Very much so. On my last day we had a meeting at the Prime Minister’s office where we met with the deputy PM. He was particularly receptive and has offered to help us facilitate change in any way that he can. At present it seems likely that the Government may finance one of my four day Certificate Courses on the Island in the coming months.
A A: It certainly sounds like you had a productive time abroad. How did you feel about returning to Australia where your company is still addressing issues linked to the claimed contamination of two of your organic products?
Graeme: It was nice to get out to spread the word rather than withering in frustration back home where organic politics have got in the way of common sense and the organic farmers are the losers.
A A: Perhaps you can explain what you mean? Did you feel that the ABC were justified in running the contamination story?
Graeme: The so-called whistleblowers are a couple of ex-employees who have set up a company that competes against NTS.
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Graeme: We claimed the nitrates were naturally occurring and this was reflected in the test results.
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Graeme: I have a tour of North Queensland, followed by a visit to Norfolk Island where I will be giving some seminars.
Nutri-Tech Solutions- Soil Nutrition, Biological Agriculture, Organic Farming, Sustainable Agriculture, Human Health,
www.nutri-tech.com.au, 9 July 2013 [cached]
NTS CEO Graeme Sait is a sought-after presenter and educator throughout the world. NTS have developed several world firsts including Calcium Shuttle™
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www.centraltablelands-landcare.org.au, 23 April 2014 [cached]
Graeme Sait, the author, educator, and co-founder of Nutri-tech Solutions is returning to the Central Tablelands. Graeme spoke to members of the Central Tablelands Landcare Group in April this year on the subject of human health, and specifically, how it relates to soil and animal health. We had a packed house, and the overwhelming response was â€" “we want more!â€
Graeme has spent the last 20 years of his life researching the links between soil health, human health and planetary health. He is passionate about the role agriculture plays in all of these things, and has dedicated his career to sharing his views and promoting sustainable agriculture around the globe. Graeme travels extensively, speaking to people from all walks of life. Agriculture is the most important profession on earth, we cannot have food or fibre without agriculture, and the simple fact is; humanity cannot persist without sustainable agricultural practises.
Graeme spoke with great passion about climate change in his recent Tedx talk, “Humus â€" the essential ingredientâ€. The main message is that the planet is in dire need of help, and there is something that we can do about it. Graeme proclaims that humus can save the world, by capturing carbon in the soil, storing water and protecting the essential nutrients in the soil which are essential for healthy plants with nutritional value for the animals that eat them â€" including us! Farmers need to adopt regenerative farming practices to build humus, and the rest of the population need to support these farmers through their shopping habits. Buying direct from famers or from local farmers markets is one way to make a difference. For the full story watch the Tedxtalk.
Graeme is coming to the Flannery Centre in Bathurst from 28th â€" 31st October, 2013. The comprehensive four day Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture covers every aspect of microbe, soil and plant nutrition, and has overtones of human health throughout. The course includes a combination of classroom discussions and hands on workshops, and participants all receive a comprehensive report card on their personal health at the end of the week. Graeme personally presents the course, alongside one of the Nutritech agronomists Steve Capeness.
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Sustainable Farming News & Biological Agriculture Information.
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Graeme Sait at TEDx - Humus Saves The World
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February 22nd, 2013 by Graeme Sait
The New Zealand kiwifruit industry is in serious trouble as growers battle the rapid spread of Psa, a bacterial canker disease that has seriously impacted most of the kiwifruit growing regions in the world. 52% of the NZ industry has now been affected and all efforts to halt the virulent disease have proved unsuccessful at this point. Graeme Sait, CEO of leading biological company, Nutri­-Tech Solutions (NTS), recently returned from New Zealand where he has been consulting with growers and the key industry body, Zespri, to expand the resistance effort. (more...)
Tags: biological farming, nutrition farming, sustainable agriculture Posted in Bio-Management, Biological Agriculture, Farming Techniques | 1 Comment »
Organic Certifier Clarifies Misinformation November 21st, 2012 by Graeme Sait
From 'Organic Producer' Magazine.
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Biological Agriculture Comes of Age - An Interview with Graeme Sait October 30th, 2012 by Graeme Sait
Biological agriculture has often been seen as a middle ground between chemical agriculture and certified organics but it is rapidly proving to be a force within itself. In the following interview Acres Australia talks with Graeme Sait, the author and educator who co-founded Nutri-Tech Solutions (NTS), a recognised world leader in the biological approach. Graeme has just returned from a world seminar tour, which included the US, South Africa and the island of Mauritius. (more...)
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