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%
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.
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.
8.3 t/ha yield achieved after stock grazed on the crop in August. +17% yield increase above the control
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 the 2015/16 season, Rice Research Australia (RRAPL) conducted independent trials on rice using BioAg's Soil & Seed (3 L/Ha) boom sprayed onto rice bays pre plant. The result was a 14% yield increase above the control, a grower return of +$600/Ha
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.