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An efficacy trial on irrigated cotton was conducted by Tamworth Rural (CRT) over a five hectare area at Gowangardi near Breeza, south east of Gunnedah, in northern NSW.  The aim of the trial was to evaluate the effectiveness of BioAg biostimulants for improving the growth and subsequent yield of irrigated cotton.

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.

The BioAg treatment appeared to produce more compact crop with less vegetative growth that matured earlier.
The BioAg treatment appeared to produce more compact crop with less vegetative growth that matured earlier.

Trial report - Cotton Cropping, Breeza 2012

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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