Eco-Min transforms soil into a bustling microbe metropolis, teaming with billions of these tiny helpers. They become the nutrient suppliers for root systems, delivering loads of nutrients, minerals, and ultra-trace elements.

Eco-Min is a natural mineral fertiliser, designed to release a wide range of essential elements slowly. It's made from special igneous and metamorphic rocks, mixed with our secret sauce to create a semi-granulated product. This one-of-a-kind blend interacts with the soil's microbes, letting them release valuable minerals and trace elements directly into the soil. It's a microbe-powered mineral boost.

  • Munash Organics Eco-Min is a natural mineral soil and plant conditioner, derived from Australian highly mineralised volcanic rocks blended with our unique activating agent.

    Eco-Min is a dry granular product of up to 67 minerals in varying particle size.

  • Eco-Min wakes up the soil's tiny helpers, the microbes. They unlock important trace elements in Eco-Min and the soil.

    These trace elements are essential for both plant and microbe growth. When there's a shortage, the microbe team isn't in sync.

    Over time, Eco-Min acts like a superhero shield, preventing mineral shortages and ensuring long-term protection.

    The microbes also help plants absorb nutrients more evenly, preventing nutrient conflict.

  • You'll notice Eco-Min's impact first in your plants. They'll show it by having richer, more vibrant colours and growing bigger root systems with delicate hair-like roots.

    The microbes in the soil, along with balanced nutrient uptake, stimulate this root growth. These larger roots are excellent at breaking up tough, compacted soil, giving it more depth and crumbly texture.

    You can even check your plant's health using a Refractometer, which measures sugar levels (brix) in the plant. Higher sugar levels mean better frost resistance.

    Over time, Eco-Min does some impressive work. It neutralises pH in acidic soils, boosts organic carbon levels, and improves the soil's ability to exchange nutrients. It's like a superstar in soil care, giving you fertile soil with lots of organic matter, strong nutrient exchange, and a nearly neutral pH.

  • Ideally, just spread it on top of the soil, and it'll find its way down naturally.

    Sprinkle it over soil using a belt spreader or by hand.

    Use it where there are helpful microbes, or we can help you reintroduce them with our biological liquids.

    Correct soil deficiencies by adding Eco-Min.

    You can mix it into the soil near plant roots.

    Apply Eco-Min after aerating or when preparing the bed or field for planting.

    Mix it into soil, compost, or potting mix.

    If specific recommendations are not known from soil testing, our general guide is to use 120kgs per acre or 300-400kgs per hectare.

    For the best results, keep using it for three years rather than just once. Nature needs time to work its magic.


Benefits of using Eco-Min:

Eco-Min works wonders for plants by boosting their chlorophyll and brix levels, two vital factors for healthy growth.

It also toughens up plants, making them more resilient to temperature swings, like heat, frost, and drought. Even pesky insects are put off by the high brix levels (sugar and minerals).

Eco-Min is an efficiency expert, making the most of available nutrients in the soil, preventing them from washing away or being locked up in water-soluble fertilisers.

Eco-Min breathes new life into the soil by improving its structure and fertility.

Eco-Min throws a microbial party, helping them grow, absorb more nutrients, and store more water in the soil.

Those tiny particles in Eco-Min do double duty, improving soil texture and water-holding capacity, while inviting helpful microbes to join the fun. This means more air in the soil, less water loss, and no more erosion.

In the long run, Eco-Min brings about some big changes. It balances out pH in acidic soils, boosts organic carbon levels, and increases the soil's nutrient-exchanging abilities. It's a superhero for soil fertility, creating soil rich in organic matter, strong nutrient exchange, and an almost neutral pH.