An exciting team up of top Taupo-based Fertilizer Company Uptake and Soil Scientist Dr Gordon Rajendram PhD (pictured), is a winning combination for New Zealand farmers.
Uptake and Gordon Rajendram utilise the latest in scientific advancements to help New Zealand farmers get the most out of their soil so that their farm can work more efficiently, be sustainable while improving the farm profitability.
As the industry leader in environmentally friendly fertiliser production, Uptake are the leading specialist in soil, plant and animal health nutrition. “At Uptake our aim with every client is to improve the quality of their farm soil and everything it produces and sustains,” says Founder and CEO of Uptake, John Davis.
No strangers to hard work, the team at Uptake believe in doing that job right first time. This means that they have taken no shortcuts in their testing, which is achieving fantastic results at the front end.
An expert in his field, Gordon Rajendram has more than 34 years of experience in Agricultural and analytical testing development and research. Gordon has been among New Zealand’s expert in soil fertility and the environment. “Gordon’s wealth of knowledge and experience is an unbeatable resource for our clients,” says John.
Through accurate and state of the art testing, Uptake and Gordon Rajendram can help farms get the correct soil and mineral balance that grows healthy pasture, crops and animals. “This testing can give farmers the correct expert advice at the time they need it most,” says Gordon
John Davis and his expert team offer onsite inspections to see the potential Uptake can give them.
If you are looking to improve the quality of your soil, contact Uptake and the soil scientist Dr Gordon Rajendram today.
Uptake’s mission, as described by owner John Davis, is simple: quality over quantity. He firmly believes that the “more is better” philosophy is made redundant in the light of proven results; good nutrition passing from the soil, to the plants it grows, to the animals the plants feed. The benefits will also eventually pass to the farmers themselves, and of course, to the consumers they supply.
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