Organigrow Hi-Carb conditioner and fertiliser is available as an Organic Input Certified product. Our product is both SXC and Nasaa certified.

Certified Organic

NASAA Certified Organic

Certification No. 30019M

Southern Cross Certified

Certificate Number 19064

Organigrow Certified Organic Hi-Carbon Conditioners and Fertilisers are the world's best

Organigrow Hi-Carbon products provide sustained plant growth; continued soil improvement, with better animal health and horticultural yields. The longer you use them, the better and healthier the soil becomes over time.

There are very few Soil Conditioners and Fertilisers that provide continued, perpetual benefit to the land that they are applied to, long after application.
After prolonged use, the result is a rich, fertile and drought resistant soil - just like Mollisol type soils.

Mollisols have deep, high organic matter, nutrient-enriched surface soil (a horizon), typically between 60 and 80 cm in depth. This fertile surface horizon, known as a mollic epipedon, is the main feature of this most fertile soil. Mollic epipedons result from the long-term addition of organic materials, and typically have a soft, granular soil structure.

Mollisols represent some of the world’s most fertile soil. This type of soil includes black soils with high organic content.

Organigrow Hi-Carb products provide the following attributes:

  • At least 5% Zeolite
  • Contains activated Bio Char
  • High in Silica
  • Trace Elements, and NPK (In 3-1-1)
  • On average, total organic carbon sits around 27%
  • Total organic matter is around 47% to 54% on average
  • Calcium is usually about 5%
  • Also contains both lime and dolomite
  • Dramatically increases soil organic content
  • Provides safe harbour for beneficial bacteria
  • Absorbs and retains other fertiliser nutrients - providing a slow release to soil
  • Increases drought resistance
  • Can be blended with other fertilisers, and custom blends are available.

Application Methods

Organigrow Hi-Carbon Fertilisers can be supplied either as a powder (for faster release and effect) or pellet form (for slow release), and spread with standard spreader machinery.

When applied in pellet form, thermal and moisture cycles from elemental exposure will slowly break them apart. Water will simultaneously infiltrate and distribute the Macro (NPK) and Micro Trace elements contained within the pellets.

The eventual result is a soil type and behaviour normally reserved for the richest and fertile