Welcome to Impact Fertilisers

Impact Fertilisers is a leading supplier of fertiliser products and services in Australia. With our significant infrastructure and storage capability, we have the capacity to supply a full range of fertiliser products, even during peak demand.

The Impact Fertilisers team prides itself on being responsive to the needs of our extensive dealer network and the farmers who use our products. We work with our customers to find the best solution, tailored to their needs.

Our customers can be confident they have access to the best and most current fertiliser products available.

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Winter Cropping

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Pasture

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Summer Cropping

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Sugar Cane

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Horticulture

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Considering N topdressing to stimulate late winter pasture growth? Read the updated Best Management Practices for N fertiliser use on dairy pastures from the More Profit from Nitrogen Project http://www.fertilizer.org.au/Portals/0/Documents/Fertcare/BMPs%20for%20N%20use%20on%20dairy%20pasture%20MPfN.pdf?ver=2020-06-15-095741-683

In this 3rd clip from her presentation at the 2019 IFS Agronomic Conference Laura Cardenas, of Rothamsted Research, reprises and explains the NUE conceptual framework developed by the EU N expert panel in 2015. Paper summary: http://ow.ly/zcbr50AbAre

Jack Ellice-Flint, Agronomy Service Manager discusses the general response in yield and protein to N fertiliser. #impactfert #urea

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When left in soil, crop residues such as leaves, stems & roots (rich in potassium) release nutrients over time ⏰ 🌱

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Considering N topdressing to stimulate late winter pasture growth? Read the updated Best Management Practices for N fertiliser use on dairy pastures from the More Profit from Nitrogen Project http://www.fertilizer.org.au/Portals/0/Documents/Fertcare/BMPs%20for%20N%20use%20on%20dairy%20pasture%20MPfN.pdf?ver=2020-06-15-095741-683

In this 3rd clip from her presentation at the 2019 IFS Agronomic Conference Laura Cardenas, of Rothamsted Research, reprises and explains the NUE conceptual framework developed by the EU N expert panel in 2015. Paper summary: http://ow.ly/zcbr50AbAre