A BioAg fertility program leads to an increase in organic carbon and related yield response in a Riverland almond orchard.
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Compiled by Dan Hill
Area Manager, Southern Victoria & Tasmania
Courtesy of Kagome Australia and Tomato Topics (Horticulture Innovation Australia) Volume 25, Number 2, June 2015.
- BioAg treatment delivered 14 t/ha improvement above the control
The mean increase in yield for all varieties was 37% in favour of the BioAg plots. The quality of BioAg fertilised tubers was better than that of the standard treatment - more uniform, a greater percentage were of marketable size (hence the higher yields), and the skins were better formed.