Dry Protocol


After years of mining the soil, CustomAgIntel is leading the way in improving soil health and nutrient uptake efficiency. An important part of all our crop protocol is to input “intelligence” in your soil by unlocking the soils “inherent power” to making nutrients available for growing a healthy crop from seed to harvest.

Dunamis” is a liquid or dry formulation specially formulated to:

  • Create balance in soil health and soil life.
  • Reduce the prevalence of soil and root borne diseases.(We now have a Customized protocol dedicated to reducing clubroot spore count)!
  • Help in the activation of the crops’ nutrient transportation system.
  • Maximise nutrient uptake efficiency.
  • Assist with Nitrogen Fixation, phosphorus and potassium solubilization.
  • Continuously improve the quality of your soil.
  • Correct soil pH and salinity issues.
  • Build bushels and improve ROI.

Click any of the nutrients (Fe, Cu, etc.) below to learn how they help crops grow.

IRON (Fe) is involved when a plant produces chlorophyll, which gives the plant oxygen as well as its healthy green color. It also helps regulate and promote growth
MOLYBDENUM (Mo) is an essential component in the enzymes that converts nitrate into nitrite (a toxic form of nitrogen) and then into ammonia used to synthesize amino acids within the plant. It also required by symbiotic nitrogen fixing bacteria in legumes to fix atmospheric nitrogen
COBALT (Co) is intimately involved in many different processes of growth which a plant undergoes to reach its full potential. One of these processes is the process by which the plant stem grows and the coleoptile elongates. These two functions both assist in the overall growth of the plant as well as the availability for CO2 absorption by the plant
SILICON (Si) carries Calcium. It promotes stronger and thicker stems, shorter internodes development, prevents lodging, promotes favorable exposure of leaves to light, provides resistance to bacterial and fungal diseases and decrease some abiotic stress as temperatures, salinity, heavy metal and aluminium toxicity
NITROGEN (Amine N) serves as a carrier for all nutrients starting with Magnesium. It is an essential element of all the amino acids in plant structures which are the building blocks of plant proteins, important in the growth and development of vital plant tissues and cells like the cell membranes and chlorophyll. Nitrogen is essential in plant processes such as photosynthesis. Thus, plants with sufficient nitrogen will experience high rates of photosynthesis and typically exhibit vigorous plant growth and development
Effective Microbes
Effective Microbes promote photosynthesis and strengthens the vigour of crops and improves the crop's abilities to withstand drought, floods, diseases and heat stress
Calcium (Ca)
Calcium (Ca) is essential for soil, root and crop health. It is an important nutrient for crop germination, growth of new roots and root hairs, and the development of leaves. Calcium displaces sodium which leads to reduced soil compaction overtime. It combines with Nitrogen forming a bond that makes the Nitrogen more efficient (N:Ca ratio is more stable and efficient than N:S ratio). It helps the crop respond better to stress and builds cell rigidity to help fight off pest and diseases

Imagine a prill that contains calculated amounts of critical bio-available micronutrients, Carbon and Effective Microbes

Building your soil's micronutrient bank and feeding your soil's biology for #regenerativeagriculture

Selenium (Se)
Selenium (Se) applied at low concentrations, enhances growth and anti-oxidative capacity of both mono- and dicotyledonous plants
Sulphur (S)
Sulphur (S) serves as a catalyst for the biochemical reactions in the soil. Helps in the formation of chlorophyll that permits photosynthesis
Carbon (C)
Carbon (C) improves soil health and fertility. Feeds soil biology
Zinc (Zn)
Zinc (Zn) helps in the production of a plant hormone responsible for stem elongation and leaf expansion
Copper (Cu)
Copper (Cu) is essential to the growth of plants. One other process which intricately involves the presence of copper is in the making of chlorophyll
Manganese (Mn)
Manganese (Mn) helps with photosynthesis
Magnesium (Mg)
Magnesium (Mg) is a key component of chlorophyll, the green colouring material of plants, and is vital for photosynthesis