Welcome To Guanorganic!

Anglo-Peruvian Trading Co. was established in London in 2004 by Peter Hartley (English) and Carlos De Martis (Peruvian).

GUANORGANIC was introduced to market by Paul Ward. He is highly qualified with more than 25 years experience in agronomy and is an expert in all aspects of organic farming and the use of organic fertiliser.

He is a licensed pest control advisor and is well respected in the industry for his work diagnosing problems and issuing certification.

Paul launched GUANORGANIC to deliver the oldest organic fertilizer in the world to the organic farming industry in the UK.

2 thoughts on “Welcome To Guanorganic!

  1. GUANORGANIC is a fantastic natural organic fertilizer, we used it in our plants at home and the results are impressive.

  2. From an important Agriculture Company advice:

    GUANORGANIC provides amazing natural organic matter.

    We believe that it is all about microbes cycling organic material. You can put carbon into the system and microbes will digest, recycle, and rebuild it into humus. In this digesting/recycling process, microbes are releasing compounds and nutrients that actually help feed the crop.

    A healthy fertile soil cycles organic material and releases nutrition to the plant at a time the plant requires it. The soil in a biologically depleted state is unable to do this, the soil/plant/root interaction is less efficient leading to a cascade of issues that need outside intervention to manage these symptoms.

    Fertility is really the culmination of all factors that are instrumental in funding a successful soil that can digest, recycle, rebuild, and release all that is necessary to fund a healthy high yielding crop. In nature, plants find their place, but in agriculture, we plant them, a very important difference.

    One of the most important factors to remember is that soil is not an inert medium and as such sustaining the life force is absolutely key to achieving both fertility and productivity. Plants recognise the important role of microbes within their root structures and will provide a substantial part of their energy from all photosynthesis production to feed the microbes as an immediate food source to promote their functions.

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