Nutrient & soil organic matter

The Grains Research & Development Corporation (GRDC) provide some excellent and informative podcasts that are great listening when sitting on a tractor. Nutrient & soil organic matter was last modified: August 1st, 2016 by BioAg

BioAg Potato Yield Increases

BioAg’s research partner in India, the Centre for Strategic Studies (CSS) in Kolkata cooperated with the International Potato Center in a recent trial (November 2012 – March 2013) in the Sundarban District of West Bengal to determine a suitable fertiliser application regime for saline soils, and to test various potato varieties to determine which offered higher yields. BioAg Potato Yield Increases was last modified: March 29th, 2017 by BioAg

BioAgPhos Brings Out the Best in Pasture Improvement

Gloucester (NSW) farmer Graham Forbes milks 600 Frisian cows on his property Grandview, and has been pleased with the improvement of his pasture which he attributes to the application of BioAgPhos. BioAgPhos Brings Out the Best in Pasture Improvement was last modified: June 13th, 2013 by BioAg

BioAg Distributor Profile – Whites Fertiliser Service

BioAg is pleased to announce the appointment of Whites Fertiliser Service as distributor for BioAg’s soil and plant nutrition products in East Gippsland (Vic.). BioAg Distributor Profile – Whites Fertiliser Service was last modified: April 3rd, 2017 by BioAg

Foliar Treatments Boost Yields and Quality

The experiences of a BioAg cropping customer in the Riverina show that our liquid products Soil & Seed, Balance & Grow, and Fruit & Balance offer significant improvements in yield and grain quality. Foliar Treatments Boost Yields and Quality was last modified: August 1st, 2016 by BioAg

BioAg passes test on barley crop

Mundoora farmer Craig Stringer reports increased yields in a trial barley crop by adding BioAg’s Soil & Seed and Balance & Grow to his normal fertilisation program, reports Miranda Kenny in the Stock Journal (SA) of 30th April. BioAg passes test on barley crop was last modified: April 26th, 2016 by BioAg

Magnesium deficiencies and grass tetany risk

Pasture soils in many parts of Victoria and NSW suffer from a magnesium deficiencies, raising risk and incidence of grass tetany in both beef and dairy herds. Magnesium deficiencies and grass tetany risk was last modified: August 1st, 2016 by BioAg

BioAg Releases Phosphate/Potash and Magnesium Blends

BioAg announces the release of PotPhos™, a blend of 75% BioAgPhos and 25% sulphate of potash, and MagPhos™, a blend of 60% BioAgPhos and 40% magnesite. BioAg Releases Phosphate/Potash and Magnesium Blends was last modified: October 23rd, 2014 by BioAg

Spectacular Yield and Quality Results in Bananas

Trials undertaken in West Bengal (India) during 2011 show that BioAg’s biotech nutrition programs for banana crops produce stronger, higher yielding trees with better quality fruit. Spectacular Yield and Quality Results in Bananas was last modified: October 23rd, 2014 by BioAg

BioAg Produces Higher Yield in Irrigated Cotton

An efficacy trial on irrigated cotton was conducted by Tamworth Rural (CRT) over a five hectare area at Gowangardi near Breeza, south east of Gunnedah, in northern NSW.  The aim of the trial was to evaluate the effectiveness of BioAg bio-stimulants for improving the growth and subsequent yield of irrigated cotton. BioAg Produces Higher Yield in Irrigated Cotton was last modified: August 1st, 2016 by BioAg

Tamworth Wheat Trials Produce Yield Gains

A trial was conducted by an agronomist at Tamworth Rural, in 2011 to evaluate the effectiveness of BioAg bio-stimulants in enhancing and improving a conventional fertiliser program in bread wheat at Somerton, west of Tamworth in the New England region of northern NSW. Tamworth Wheat Trials Produce Yield Gains was last modified: August 1st, 2016 by BioAg

BioAg Performs Well in South Australian Wheat Trials

In independent trials conducted by Agrisearch Pty Ltd at Balaklava (SA), Soil & Seed and Balance & Grow produced significant increases in wheat crop yields. Click here to read the full report (PDF) BioAg Performs Well in South Australian Wheat Trials was last modified: February 9th, 2012 by BioAg