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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Yield increases in South Australian onions
Phil Toy of BioAg at Ciampa Produce (SA)

Yield increases in South Australian onions

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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.

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Cotton Cropping Trial Breeza NSW 2012
The BioAg treatment appeared to produce more compact crop with less vegetative growth that matured earlier.

Cotton Cropping Trial Breeza NSW 2012

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The BioAg treatment, employing BioAgPhos, Soil & Seed, Balance & Grow and Fruit & Balance produced an 8% yield increase over the district practice control plot, and showed increased maturity permitting the option of earlier defoliation.

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Horticulture trial | Bananas | 2011
Yield data for trial showing that BioAg crops yielded between 38 and 50 t/ha, depending on the site, and achieved a 22-23% increase over the controls

Horticulture trial | Bananas | 2011

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The BioAg treated crops yielded between 38 and 50 t/ha, depending on the site, achieving a 22-23% increase over the controls.

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Horticulture trial | Brinjal | 2011

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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.

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