Badger Consultants  are pleased to announce that they are now independently collaborating with Natures Crops International in U.K. 
Nature's Crops International (NCI) is a manufacturer of specialty oils for dietary supplements, food and personal care products. Our oils are produced from the highest quality crops, grown by growers who follow strict management protocols for sustainability and identity preservation. NCI ensures the crops produced are grown, processed, packaged, and delivered in a safe, sustainable, traceable, and cost-competitive manner – from soil to oil… naturally.

Ahiflower growers in the U.K. can now call Badger Consultants to discuss ZM-Grow and its use on this sustainable natural Omega-3 crop



Hutchinsons are a leading agronomy company  providing the highest standards of independent agronomic advice to farmers and growers across the  arable and fruit sector, together with the efficient supply of a complete range of agronomic inputs.

Before Hutchinsons offer any new products there is a rigorous process to ensure that the product efficacy is validated. ZM grow has proven effective in our own  trials which gives us the confidence to offer it to our customers.

Agrovista Amenity has launched ZM-Grow into their range of turf products. Battery waste is helping greenkeepers in the UK to improve the health of their turf, thanks to the launch of this new liquid fertiliser product.

 ZM-Grow™ extracts zinc, manganese and sulphur from used alkaline batteries to create a unique fertiliser for a range of crops, including amenity turf.

 With limited recycling options for alkaline batteries, the process is not only helping greenkeepers to be more sustainable, but also reduces the risk of toxic substances contaminating groundwater and the environment.


Tracegrow recieves the prestigious Circwaste Award for the promotion of the circular economy. Tracegrow recovers nutrients from batteries from metals that have previously been wasted in the battery disposal process and turns them into fertiliser. This is a great example of Urban Mining- thinking, where metals from already used and discarded items are recovered and re-used, therefore reducing the need for new mining operations. . Read more...


ZM-Grow, a new award-winning multi-nutrient fertiliser, is to be launched in the UK and Ireland during April 2019, providing zinc and manganese, together with potassium and sulphur, in liquid form. Uniquely, the zinc and manganese content is extracted from used alkaline batteries through a special process developed by Finnish manufacturers Tracegrow. It is thought to be the only process that can produce zinc and manganese from this source to the necessary purity for fertilisers.


A world first fertiliser made from recycled alkaline batteries will soon be energising UK crops after being imported by a Norfolk business. And the first consignments have were delivered this week to Norwich based firm, Badger Crop Nutrition, which is the sole distributer in the UK. Read the story as reported by the EDP.

Trace grow teams up with Badger Consultants in the UK. Badger Consultants is now the sole distributor for ZM-Grow™ in the UK and Ireland.  Zm-Grow™ will now be available to farmers and distributers.

David Harrod will be visiting the Tracegrow team in Finland early April to visit the factory and find our more about the process that is able to produce the world's most ecological micronutrient product.


David Harrod visits the Tracegrow factory in Finland. He met the team who's hard work and dedication has led to production of the world's first micronutrient product from recycled batteries. This impressive factory is able to extract 85% of the Manganese and Zinc from used batteries and is the first of it's kind able to do so.


ZM-Grow™ has been approved by the Organic Farmers and Growers association for use in the UK, Registration No UKE 1295.  ZM-Grow™ is the world's first Zinc, Manganese and Sulphur product in which the two key ingredients and extracted from used alkaline batteries. Contact us for sales and information. View certificate here.