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%
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.
Yield increases of 39% over three years. Ciampa Produce, which annually grows more than 12,000 tonnes of onions has increased average yields from 80 tonnes/ha to 111 tonnes/ha over three years.
BioAg treatment delivered 14 t/ha improvement above the control. Independent trial conducted by kagome Australia using a BioAg program.
The BioAg treated crops yielded between 38 and 50 t/ha, depending on the site, achieving a 22-23% increase over the controls.
This trial demonstrates that the BioAg fertiliser applications offer multiple benefits in vegetable cultivation, such as a) increased yield, b) increased revenue and c) improved quality.