Sugarcane cropping trial, 2014

Sugar Cane Dr S.K. Barathan Roy, Centre for Strategic Studies, West Bengal, 2014. Replicated and randomised blocks. Summary results All BioAg treatments outperformed the control treatment Yield improvements of up to +53% were recorded Sugarcane, India, trial report Sugarcane cropping trial, 2014 was last modified: July 28th, 2016 by BioAg

Soybeans Cropping Trial, 2013

Location: Agricenter International Trial Year: 2013 Study Director: Dr. K. Bruce Kirksey Summary results Yield increases of up to 36.2% 2013 replicated soybean trial report Soybeans Cropping Trial, 2013 was last modified: July 28th, 2016 by BioAg

Cotton Cropping Trial, NSW, 2012

Russell Ison, Tamworth Rural 5 ha block, Breeza NSW Summary results Yield increase of +8% Increased maturity, earlier defoliation BioAg cotton trial, Tamworth Rural, 2012 trial report Cotton Cropping Trial, NSW, 2012 was last modified: July 28th, 2016 by BioAg

Wheat cropping trial, Victoria, 2010

Evaluation of BioAg Biostimulants for improving crop growth and yield in wheat Lake Bolac, Victoria, Australia 2010 Agrisearch Services Pty Ltd Summary results All treatments significantly increased crop yield compared to the untreated control.   Lake-Bolac-AgResearch-trial Wheat cropping trial, Victoria, 2010 was last modified: July 28th, 2016 by BioAg

Improving soil nutrient levels & soil structure | Apples

Farm Evaluation/Case Study Evaluation year: 2011 Location: Boxford Fruit Farm, Hill Farm, Boxford, Suffolk UK www.bioag.co.uk Products used Soil & Seed Methodology Representative soil samples were taken from Control and Treated blocks (i) prior to application, and (ii) post application. Samples were analysed for extractable (available) levels of phosphorus, potassium, magnesium and calcium. Results Mean soil available levels for all nutrients measured in the study increased above the control as per the following: Phosphorus +75% Potassium +11% Magnesium +75% Calcium +32% Summary This farm evaluation of BioAg Soil & Seed has demonstrated the effectiveness of this microbial liquid culture to substantially improve the level of soil available nutrients, particularly Phosphorus, Magnesium and Calcium, and to a lesser extent Potassium. It is well recognised that biological activity is important to facilitate the release of Phosphorus from soil reserves. Phosphorus is an essential nutrient for energy utilisation in crops to drive vegetative growth and …

2014 BioAg Replicated Crop Trial Results

Objectives To ascertain the ability of BioAg liquid products to increase yield in a variety of crop types. Findings Maximum yield increases Average yield increases (All replications) Trial protocols Small plot 2.5 m x 61 m Randomised Replications x4 Trial reports 2014 BioAg Cotton Replicated Trial Report 2014 BioAg Soybean Replicated Trial Report More information Peer review by Dr B Quin of the 2013 independent, replicated field trials from the US. Corn trial report – 2013 US trials Cotton trial report – 2013 US trials Soybean trial report – 2013 US trials 2014 BioAg Replicated Crop Trial Results was last modified: April 3rd, 2017 by BioAg

BioAg Independent Replicated Trial Data Review – Quin Environmentals

Peer review by Dr Bert Quin PhD Analytical Chemistry Introduction Trials were conducted in 2013 on corn, cotton and soybeans at AgriCenter International’s field research facility near Memphis, Tennessee. Yield and many other factors were compared using ‘Standard Farm Practice’ fertilizer applications for the particular crop with and without different versions of the BioAg proprietary product program. In the case of corn, two additional treatments, namely two versions of the BioAg program in the presence 15% lower than the ‘Standard Farm Practice’ nitrogen (N) application rates were included. The trials appear to have been meticulously carried out, and fully analysed statistically. The yield data were also subjected to cost-benefit analysis. Overview of results In all 3 crops, the addition of the various BioAg programs gave statistically significant, sizeable responses compared to the fertilizer alone treatment. Where it was tested (on corn), the BioAg treatment still produced more yield that fertilizer …

The role of reactive rock phosphate fertilisers in Australia

Reactive Phosphate Rock

CSIRO Publishing, Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 1997 Compared five RPR’s and single super phosphate (SSP). Phosphorus applied annually (1992-95). Four different application rates were trialled. Dry matter was collected annually (1992-99). The role of reactive rock phosphate fertilisers in Australia was last modified: July 29th, 2016 by BioAg

Cropping trial | Sugar Cane | 2014

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Sugar Cane Dr S.K. Barathan Roy, Centre for Strategic Studies, West Bengal, 2014. Replicated and randomised blocks. Summary results All BioAg treatments outperformed the control treatment Yield improvements of up to +53% were recorded Sugarcane, India, trial report Cropping trial | Sugar Cane | 2014 was last modified: July 28th, 2016 by BioAg

Hart Field-Site Trial | Balance & Grow | SA 2013

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In 2013, an N and P supplement and replacement trial was conducted at the Hart Field-Site in South Australia. The site, consisting of 40 hectares of sandy clay loam soils and an average rainfall of 400mm is the home of the annual Hard Field Day, first held in 1982. Given the hot dry spring experienced, yields from the trial were generally below expectations and none of the 16 different treatments produced any significant increase in yield. The only treatment that had any significant impact on protein (which averaged between 10.0% and 10.5%) was BioAg’s Balance & Grow, which applied at 2l/ha produced protein of 12.8%. This represents a quality increase from ASW to Prime Hard, or in dollar terms an increase of at least $40/tonne based on GrainCorp contracted prices for Southern NSW at the end of May. Balance & Grow also came in with the lowest percentage of screenings. …

Cropping trial (strip) | Soybeans | 2013

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Dr. K. Bruce Kirksey, Agricenter International, Memphis Tennessee USA, 2013 2013-BioAg-Soybean-Strip_Spray-Seeding-Plan_Dec-5-2013 Cropping trial (strip) | Soybeans | 2013 was last modified: July 29th, 2016 by BioAg