In-field use and on-farm demonstrations in Australia’s southern cotton valleys have identified positive yield responses when applying BioAg’s fermented liquid cultures on cotton crops.
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.
The USA trials have shown that the use of BioAg liquids over the top of a fertiliser program increases yields. While yield in each season varied, each year provided a beneficial return.
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.
The trial aimed to assess the benefits of BioAg Soil & Seed in drill sown rice under standard farmer practices (as described by researcher) in the Murray Valley and compare that to StandardFarmer Practice without BioAg Soil & Seed treatments. Results showed yield improvement and economic benefit were achieved.
BioAg treatment delivered 14 t/ha improvement above the control. Independent trial conducted by kagome Australia using a BioAg program.
Increased yield and nitrogen use efficiencies in Rice Research Australia trial Jerilderie. $220/ha yield increase | 2015