Corn – Replicated Trials 2013-2017

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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.

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Cotton – replicated trials 2013-2018
Graph 1. US Cotton Trial 2013 – 2018 increase in bales/ha and % yield increase with overlay of microbial stimulants on standard grower practice.

Cotton – replicated trials 2013-2018

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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.

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Crookwell replicated pasture trial 2014-2018
This trend shows that the longer the trial went the better the dry matter responses were to a slow release phosphate fertilizer

Crookwell replicated pasture trial 2014-2018

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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.

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Soybean – Replicated Trials 2013-2017

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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.

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Rice Research Australia trial delivers economic benefit

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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.

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