Soil & Seed on sandy soil, loam and clay loam resulted in an average total fungi increase of +82% and average total bacteria increase of +58%
The trial showed that the use of a slow release fertiliser based on “reactive phosphate rock” as used in BioAgPhos® and Superb® has a cumulative effect over time. Continual applications either annually or biennially work to improve pasture dry matter production.
Harvested on 1 April 2017, yield increase of +5.4 t/ha. When compared to the control plots, the BioAg regime has increased soil health and functions in all areas and often to large degrees.
BioAg’s Balance & Grow along with gibberellic acid were key ingredients to maximising winter production. Addition of N further improved yield but not as cost effective.
In this trial at Dadswell Bridge BioAgPhos S10 followed by BioAg Superbdelivered more dry matter in the second year, as well as in total across thetwo years.