OZ Turners construction partner JPH Equipment is delighted to announce that the CT series of windrow turners have been granted the Soil Foodweb Tick of Approval.

The Soil Foodweb Approval means that our windrow turners meet the exacting standards established by Soil Foodweb institute Soil Foodweb institute focuses on benefits to the soil such as the reduction in chemical use, reduction of pests and weeds, improved animal health, reduction in water use and improved grass/crop quality with a increase in quality and production.

The Soil Foodweb institute was founded by Dr. Elaine Ingham is a world-renowned soil biologist who continues to study the microbial life of the soil, which in large part explains why agriculture “works”.

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The Soil Foodweb Tick of Approval, assurers Buyers that the products or services are in accordance with the latest development in soil science, and at levels superior to standard regulations relating to agricultural inputs and their management.

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Why Soil Foodweb?

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Historically, soils have not received the respect nor the attention they deserve. Soil Mechanical and biological processes have not been as well understood as they need to be because the green revolution (new fertilisers, pest control chemicals and genetically enhanced plants) has masked the severity of the crisis. In addition, the degradation of soils through nutrient loss, infertility, increased salinity, erosion and desertification has been identified by the United Nations as one of the most serious threats facing humanity today. Healthy soils are as essential as clean air and water, and protecting these basic elements should be the foundation of all sustainability policies. Globally, plants provide, either directly or indirectly, 99.7% of all food calories for the planet.1 Soil conservation and management should be the top priority of all nations, and appropriately the UN has designated 2015 as the International Year of Soils.

“Pests, diseases and lack of fertility don’t exist anymore if you get the biology correct in your soil.” –Dr. Elaine Ingham Montreal 2015

Soil Foodweb Tick of Approval

The Soil Foodweb Tick of Approval indicates that a product or service offered by a supplier meets the exacting standards established by SFI.  Buyers and clients can be assured that companies holding the SFI TOA provide products or services in accordance with the latest in soil science, and at levels superior to standard regulations relating to agricultural inputs and their management.