Wellness from the ground up…now that’s dynamic
Our mission is simple, yet unwavering - promote soil, plant and ultimately human health so future generations, and the planet can thrive.
Leading the Soil Dynamics team is organic agronomist Anthony Quinlan and his wife Tini. Together, the pair have made it their life’s work to help people live healthier, more sustainable lives through the inputs of NASAA approved, premium organic fertilisers.
Growing plants shouldn’t be hard or expensive but mention the word organic and all people see is a hefty price tag. Soil Dynamics proves that good soil, plant and human health doesn’t have to be complicated or come at a cost. Our premium range of home gardener and commercial farming fertilisers are accessible and easy to use for everyone.
Soil Dynamics goes mainstream
Soil Dynamics has always been rooted in science. No fluff. Just the facts. With mounting evidence and a business focused around organic and sustainable farming solutions, in 2004 the Quinlans transitioned their own family to a completely organic lifestyle.
They’d always had a strong attraction to all things nature and loved growing pretty much anything, but it wasn’t until 2005 when Tini fell pregnant with her first child Lochie, that the health penny well and truly dropped. She was congratulated on the happy news by her GP and at the same time was handed a long list of vitamins that she was urged to start taking to maintain a healthy pregnancy and baby.
This was a pivotal moment and it left Tini thinking how sad it was that we can’t rely on food as a key nutrient source to grow human life.
Luckily, with Tini being married to an organic agronomist, there was something the pair could do about this.They knew that in order to have a larger impact they’d need to extend their reach by offering more than just one-on-one agronomy consultancy services to farmers - they needed to offer products that any grower - be it a humble home gardener, or a large scale commercial enterprise - could pick up and use instantly for fast results.
From then on it became their purpose and mission to help people produce high quality, easy to use organic fertilisers which provide soil and plants everything it requires to grow incredibly nutrient rich and mineral dense food.
In addition to these, another key premise of the approach is to create a self-nourishing eco-system. This is where the growing of a multi-species cover crop comes into play. The notion of diversity is an important part of stimulating the interaction of soil biological processes and soil chemistry processes that can increase nutrient availability and soil carbon cycling.
Ultimately this approach is designed to improve the productivity and resilience of soils by storing more water and reducing the reliance on synthetic inputs. This will then lead to lower input costs and more importantly greater profits.
One thing is for sure - regenerative farming is here to stay.
If you are going down this road it is important not to overlook the fundamentals of preparing the foundation so that this type of approach can be built on.
At Soil Dynamics we specialise in identifying your most limiting factors and can help map out the best road to take.