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Case Study
Apr 11 2017
Humega was tested on soils that had been mined for tin and coal and were in need of a revegetation program. These soils had a low pH (3.8-4.6), had very low organic matter, low water holding and cation exchange capacity, had the potential for iron deficiency, had a decreased microbe population and were expected to perform in high temperatures.
Case Study
Apr 11 2017
Our case studies are a true testament to the continued power of our product line; one such example includes the application of our products to fields yielding one of everyone’s favorite fruit: the strawberry.
Case Study
Apr 11 2017
BioFlora became actively involved in several trials to determine if our sustainable approach to agriculture could help mitigate decades worth of damage, and begin rebuilding the health of many oil palm plantings.
Case Study
Apr 11 2017
BioFlora began several field trials on cotton fields in Texas to see if we could improve soil and plant health, while increasing yields.
Case Study
Apr 7 2017
BioFlora® designed a trial to better understand the potential influence of several BioFlora products on asparagus seed germination.
Case Study
Apr 7 2017
Melon consumption has remained high worldwide for a variety of reasons, our aim in this field study was to increase the production and quality of cantaloupes over a conventional fertilization program.
Case Study
Apr 7 2017
BioFlora conducted a four year trial on an avocado field to help mitigate sodium buildup, which had occurred due to the use of sodium irrigation water and a prolonged drought.
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Apr 7 2017
BioFlora® conducted a field trial to determine if our products would help suppress several pathogens that were damaging a lemon grove.
Case Study
Apr 7 2017
BioFlora conducted extensive trials on soybeans using top-perfoming products to increase bushels per acre back to the grower and increasing profits.
Case Study
Apr 6 2017
BioFlora conduced a trial on carrots in Lancaster, California to test whether the addition of BioFlora products would increase yield, crop quality, and soil tilth.