EM stands for Effective Microorganisms

EM is a unique combination of bacteria, yeasts and fungi used to activate and balance the naturally diverse microbiology of nature. 

 

About EM

EM is a sustainable microbial inoculant that achieves synergistic effects by combining beneficial microorganisms which exist in nature. EM activates local and native microorganisms that live in soil and water to boost performance. One of the strengths of EM is that it is a diverse combination of microbes, and this gives it versatility in terms of a wide scope of applications that it can be used on. EM was initially developed to improve soils and enhance crops but has evolved to benefit a wide range of areas and is used in numerous fields including agriculture, animal husbandry and environmental purification in more than 100 countries around the world. Learn about EMEMNZ or Buy EM today

About EMNZ

EMNZ is a company focused on developing sustainable products for New Zealand, selling products to the agriculture, viticulture, and waste industries. Our products are based on natural ingredients, and are certified organic. Our philosophy is to promote the use of microbial products to enhance production and reduce waste. We can work with both biological and chemical based systems with our natural microbial solutions to enhance rather than negatively impact the environment. EMNZ was founded in 2001 by Mike Daly as a trading company for EM in New Zealand. The company manufactures EM products for distribution and sale throughout New Zealand. Learn more about EMNZ


Top Selling Products

EM1 Concentrate Label

EM1 Concentrate 20L

EM1 Concentrate is a natural, safe technology with many applications around the Garden, Farm, Vineyard and Environment. A certified organic input, EM1 Concentrate can be expanded by the user to increase the product volume 20 fold, making it a low cost microbial input.

$399.00$378.00

EM1 Garden 1 Litre

EM1 Garden 1 Litre

EM1 Garden is the perfect product to create a vibrant and diverse garden environment. With a huge array of applications EM1 Garden can help solve many problems in the garden, including pest and disease control and also improve soil fertility and plant health.

$29.50$26.50

Soil and Crop Label

EM Soil & Crop 20L

EM® Soil and Crop is a certified organic technology with many applications around farm, orchard, and vineyard environments. This ready to use product works by stimulating soil biology to enhance soil performance and plant production.

$99.00$95.00

EM Environment

EM Environment 20L

EM Environment is a Ready to Use product which is a natural, safe technology with many applications around waste processing, odour, septic systems, compost and water quality. A certified organic product, EM Environment, works by getting the natural processes to function, the way nature intended. This includes breaking down odour, orgaic matter and sludge, balancing the microbial environment and improving composting activity

$99.00$95.00


News

Fungi and their Importance in EM

In this post we look at fungi and their importance in EM. Fungi are a crucial part of the soil microbial environment, along with bacteria, fungi are important as decomposers in the soil food web. They convert hard-to-digest organic material into forms that other organisms can use. Fungal hyphae physically bind soil particles together, creating stable aggregates that help increase water...

The Importance of Photosynthetic Bacteria

One of the major groups of Beneficial’s in EM includes a unique group of photosynthesising bacteria often referred to as Photosynthetic bacteria or Purple Non-Sulfur Bacteria (PNSB). These organisms can operate on the phyllosphere (leaf surface) and the rhizosphere (area around the roots).

We have Moved!!!

We, here at the EMNZ, are excited to announce that we have moved to new premises in Christchurch. We have been at our current location for the past 10 years but growth over the past few years means we have now outgrown our current facilities and the time came to move.

Spring into Summer in the Garden - Radio NZ interview

Otaki-based organic gardener, Kath Irvine has been growing all the vegetables to feed her family of 6 for a couple of decades now. She gives advice to prepare for when the seasons change and how to get the best out of your garden.

 

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