Better yields, better soil, better lands, better life!

WE AT LASALLE AGRI ARE FULLY COMMITTED TO

​To operate harmoniously with the environment,
To develop a passion to contribute to the preservation of a green Earth, 
To use our natural resources with innovation and sustainability.

​Our fertilizers are produced under hyper-vigilant international standards. LaSalle Agri Premium Fertilizers are measured by their impact on the improvement of the environment and the enrichment of our society.

​We partnered with charity organizations and government agencies to participate in Pro-Green campaigns that would help achieve healthier organic foods, to monitor against ongoing soil erosion, and help sponsor researches of our academic communities.

​Innovation and sustainability. These are our core values and are an integral application of our entire work, in reaching out to the farmers that would help us preserve our Earth, and to inspire the passion for farming in the new generation.

Our fertilizer comes from repurposing the natural cycle of human nutrients. We’re contributing for a better planet by using the best fertililzer.

Brent Veens

Fertilizer Consultant

Brent comes from a strong farming family and could understand what it is that farmers need the most.

He built himself from these simple principles:

Customers who care about their soil and about producing healthier crops should get expert service from experienced fertilizer specialists for any farming projects with the best and sustainable agricultural technology available.

If you are looking for a consultation or a quote, please contact me at the number below:

Customers Who Trust In Us

Heavy Clay

Clay is soil with good mineral particles and small amounts of organic material. As a result, the soil is highly sticky because there is little space between the mineral particles and it flows poorly.

If you notice that the water makes a puddle on the ground instead of soaking in, it is likely that your soil is clay.

Sand

Sandy soils are light, warm, dry, acidic and poor in nutrients. Sandy soils are often referred to as light soils because they contain a lot of sand and less clay.

This soil drains off quickly and is easy to work with. It warms up faster than clay soil in spring, but often dries out in summer and suffers from fewer nutrients that are washed away by rain.

Adding organic matter to plants allows them to receive more nutrients by improving the nutrients and the soil’s ability to hold water.

Dry Soil

In very dry soils below the permanent wilt, water adheres firmly to the soil particles and is known as hygroscopic water. Plants have no access to this water.

Phosphorus: The Key Component To Agriculture

Phosphorus is essential to life, and adding phosphorus to crops and livestock diet also improves agricultural yields. This is why it is used worldwide as a fertilizer. It has an important role to the world’s food requirements. However, this resource is limited.